From a React point of Vue


We’re really happy to return to our usual two speaker format for this next event. It also feels like a long time since we’ve covered JavaScript in any real detail.

So for January the 5th’s Frontend NE we’ve got a couple of local devs: Andrew Willis and Ali Sheehan-Dare.

Andrew is going to take us through the history of Vue.js and why it exists before going into more detail about building small, testable components, larger components and single-page apps, touching on routing, making HTTP requests, using the Flux-inspired Vuex architecture and tying it all together to make a single page application.

Ali will be giving us a bit of a history of server rendered web pages and single page apps before focusing his attention on isomorphic apps. He’ll cover some benefits—like better SEO, better perceived load time and better code reuse compared to server rendered apps—as well as the drawbacks and possible solutions.


Tickets are up for grabs here 11:00 on the 29th of December. Make sure you're on the mailing list and you'll get a reminder email on the morning of the 29th.

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