Vuejs Nigeria Virtual Meetup April Edition

Vue JS Nigeria held our virtual meetup on 24th April 2021. You can watch the whole event on Youtube

Before we dive into the details of the event, meet the VueJs Nigeria Community Organizers. The Team consists of Amarachi Amaechi, Hakeem Olasupo, Kati Frantz and Linda Ojo, Umar Ahmed.

We kicked things off with “Introduction to Nuxt” By Oluwole Adebiyi AKA Mr flamez

Oluwole introduced us to Nuxt.js, An open source framework for making web development simple and powerful.

He went further to give us reasons why you can choose Nuxt over Vanilla Vue.

You can read more in his slides.

After Oluwole section, we began an interactive section to talk our progress so far, what we should improve going forward. We got some feedback from the community which we plan on putting into practice from henceforth.

Interactive section with the community

We also asked the audience to share some resources in the ecosystem which they find helpful.

Below is a list of Resources suggested by the community.

Vueschool — Learn Vue.js and modern, cutting-edge front-end technologies from core-team members and industry

Three-js — The ultimate course for creating 3D website

Views on Vue — Vuejs related Podcast

Enjoy the Vue — A new Vue.js podcast bringing you panel discussions, guest interviews, and much more to keep you up to date on what’s happening in the Vue and tech communities.

Vue Patterns — Useful Vue patterns, techniques, tips and tricks and curated helpful links.

Jamstack Explorers — As a Jamstack Explorer, you can chart a course through new frameworks, through bright new tools and APIs, through Netlify’s features and workflows, and through the very fabric of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript itself.

If you enjoyed this meetup then you should definitely look forward to the next meetup that’s coming up on 29th May 2021.

You can use our Linktree to access all our social platforms.

Thank you for reading, See you at the next meetup!




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