It’s already end of 2016! During the past 12 months, Vue’s growth has been consistently exceeding my expectations — the project has grown…
As Vue users, many of you may have used vue-resource for handling ajax requests in your Vue applications. For a long time it’s been thought of as the “official” ajax library for Vue, but today we are retiring it from official recommendation status.
Today I am thrilled to announce the official release of Vue.js 2.0: Ghost in the Shell. After 8 alphas, 8 betas and 8 rcs (a total coincidence!), Vue.js 2.0 is ready for production! The official guide has been fully updated and is available at vuejs.org/guide.
We announced Vue 2.0 back in April, and today I am very excited to release the first release candidate for Vue 2.0! From this stage on we will be in API freeze and there will be no more breaking changes before official release.
In case you’ve never heard of Vue.js before: Vue.js is a front-end framework that consists of a core view layer and accompanying tools & supporting libraries. You can read a high-level introduction to what makes it different here.