Optimize the performance of your frontend application using Vue JS
Performance optimization of frontend applications plays an important role in the application architecture. A higher-performing application will ensure an increase in user retention, improved user experience, and higher conversion rates. According to Google, 53% of mobile phone users leave the
Alpha release of Vue 3 – New features at glance
Vue 3 isn’t officially released yet, but the Vue team has released the Alpha version to use some of the features that will be shipped with Vue 3. Setup We’ll use the WebPack-based setup. To do this, clone this repository:
What is Vue.nextTick?
Vue.nextTick allows you to do something after you have changed the data and VueJS has updated the DOM based on your data change, but before the browser has rendered those changed on the page. Vue.nextTick([callback, context]) immediately , DOM update
Create a lazy-loading image component for faster Vue.js apps
Before we get started, let’s first understand what we are building. The goal is to create a Vue.js component to display an image, but it should only download that image when it is in the viewport. In other words,
What’s coming in Vue.js 3.0?
Vue JS and Laravel – The best performative combination for front-end and back-end
Vue.js + GSAP = Easily add interactivity and motion to your website
Single Page Apps, and the frameworks that support them, provide a great opportunity to add layers of interactivity and “wow-factor” to your design. In this article we will take a look at Vue.js and how to integrate the GSAP animation