Views on Vue

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

191 episodes of Views on Vue since the first episode, which aired on March 6th, 2018.

  • Modern Package Development - VUE 172

    November 30th, 2021  |  49 mins 52 secs

    Lindsay and Luke discuss their recent projects to build new NPM packages, and the approaches that they use. Luke dives into building authentication composables for Laravel, Firebase, and others, while Lindsay explores the Elm programming language and how to build interoperability with Vue. They also discuss which tools they’re building, what their process looks like, and how to test a library in 2021.

  • BONUS: How to do LARGE Volumes of HIGH Quality Work - While Spending Fewer Hours Working

    November 24th, 2021  |  47 mins 22 secs

    Mani provides us with strategies and tactics to get Deep Work time and how to get our minds into that focused state for hours at a time.

  • Building a Global State Management Library with Andrew Courtice - VUE 171

    November 16th, 2021  |  46 mins 46 secs

    Lindsay and Steve sit down with Andrew Courtice, head of front-end engineering at Fathom, do discuss his global state management library Harlem. They talk about how Andrew got started in programming during university, and his move from building desktop applications to the web, as well as his initial start with Vue before it reached 1.0. They then discuss Harlem: what it is, how it works, and what problems it solves. They also discuss the state of global state management in the Vue ecosystem, and how to get started building your own library for Vue (including devtool integration!)

  • Islands Architecture in Vue with Máximo Mussini - VUE 170

    November 9th, 2021  |  57 mins 5 secs

    Lindsay and Steve talk with Máximo Mussini, avid Vite user and plugin creator, about his recent work on Îles, a new static site generation framework built on Vite and Vue. They discuss Máximo’s journey into web development, and his work on the plugin ecosystem in Vite (such as Vite Ruby). They then dive into Îles: what it is, what problems it solves, and what it compares with. They also discuss the concept of “Islands Architecture” that was popularized by tools like Astro.

  • Building Performant Vue Apps with Martin Malinda - VUE 169

    November 2nd, 2021  |  46 mins 51 secs

    Lindsay and Steve talk with Martin Malinda about building performant Vue apps. They discuss his article on building a lazy loading component, and explore browser APIs like requestIdleCallback and intersectionObserver. They end with some general guidance on how to build performant websites.

  • Alternative Ways to Build Vue Apps - VUE 168

    October 19th, 2021  |  43 mins 17 secs

    Lindsay and Steve talk about other ways to build Vue applications than Vue CLI or Vite templates. Lindsay talks about her experience migrating her personal site from Nuxt to Astro, a new static site generator that provides islands of reactivity in a framework agnostic way. Steve talks about Inertia, and building modern monoliths using Laravel and Vue. They also discuss the release of the Nuxt 3 public beta, and some of the things to keep in mind if you’re looking to migrate from Nuxt 2 to 3.

  • Talking Vue and Other Things with Andrew Welch of - VUE 167

    October 5th, 2021  |  53 mins 51 secs

    Steve sits down with Andrew Welch of the podcast and they cover a wide variety of topics, ranging from Andrew’s history with web development and his own companies, to VueJS, Nuxt and Vite, how he uses them with CraftCMS, and what’s he’s looking forward to with Nuxt 3. In addition they discuss the history of a couple of HTML response codes, and Andrew’s unique way of asking guests to explain their subjects on his own podca

  • Talking About Hygen and Docuvaluate with Henry Eze - VUE 166

    September 28th, 2021  |  41 mins 36 secs

    Steve and Solomon talk to Henry Eze about Hygen. Hygen is a generic file generator that allows you to dynamically generate files, such as Vue templates, tests, and any other file needed in a project. In addition, they talk about Docuvaluate, an AI-based program Henry is working on that is used to evaluate contract language and structure. As always, they wrap up the show with picks, including Steve’s famous dad jokes of the week.

  • Adoping Vue at Wikimedia with Eric Gardner - VUE 165

    September 21st, 2021  |  1 hr 54 secs

    rom graphic design to Vue and the adoption of Vue at the Wikimedia Foundation. They discuss the challenges faced in MediaWiki, the core application behind Wikipedia, and how and why the foundation moved to adopt Vue as its frontend framework of choice. They also discuss some of the future developments at the Foundation, as well as some of the challenges that they still face.

  • Deep Dive into Nuxt with Mike Gallagher - VUE 164

    September 14th, 2021  |  56 mins 27 secs

    Lindsay and Steve talk to Mike Gallagher, Software Architect at Hip eCommerce, about his blog post exploring server-side rendering and how Nuxt functions under the hood. They explore Mike's specific use case of needing to manage routing on the client, rather than the server, and how he was able to find a solution.

    They also discuss how Mike approaches difficult problems like this, and how he determines the next steps to find a solution. They explore some of the intricate details of Nuxt, including how Mike's company handles caching with Nuxt and other production use cases.

  • Exploring Code Design - VUE 163

    September 7th, 2021  |  55 mins 11 secs

    it to the Options API, and the available options for abstracting code from components to be reusable. They also discuss Evan You’s comments about the Composition API becoming the recommended path for using Vue in the future.

  • Scaling Vue Up and Down with Shawn Wildermuth - VUE 162

    August 31st, 2021  |  56 mins 47 secs

    In this episode, Lindsay and Steve talk with Shawn Wildermuth, author and teacher, about how he sees Vue as a tool for building applications both large and small. We talk about his start giving talks at conferences, and pivoting into education as his primary focus in the developer community, and why he prefers to use Vue for his personal projects. We discuss his recently article on different state management techniques, and explore the Composition API and the new features of Vue 3.2.