In early 2020, there is a lot of discussion and anticipation for Vue 3. Thus I wanted to help the community prepare for the next version of our beloved framework.
Vue 3 brings in a lot of exciting features and changes. By the time of writing, Vue 3 is in alpha version and we expect a beta soon!
I gave a talk, "What you'll love in Vue 3", at Vue Amsterdam and VueConf US earlier this year, about the new features I am the most excited about.
Loving this talk by @hootlex, about New Vue 3 Features you would Love! Some highlights:
- multiple v-models
- portals (shown w/ target and source)
- the end of reactivity caveats (prev Vue.$set)
- non-breaking API 🙂
- massive perf improvements
- better TS support
- more! pic.twitter.com/e7CbKEaYrw
— Sarah Drasner (@sarah_edo) February 21, 2020
I suggest that you take a few minutes to watch the intro where I touch upon the success of the Vue framework and the concerns that arise in vue 3 that we should not neglect.
Prepare yourself for what to expect! Watch the talk below 👇
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