Welcome to 27th VueBLR meetup and 3rd remote meetup.
Join the meetup via Zoom on https://zoom.us/j/91835587923?pwd=V1MrVjMzaHNqM2h2YUdSNnhESkNuZz09 or via Youtube Live on https://youtu.be/NIUJclX83Io
1. What topics will be discussed?
This meetup is about VueJS and the emerging ecosystem.
2. Who should attend this meetup
- You are new to frontend / frameworks, e.g.
- Backend engineers
- Folks working with jQuery
- Folks working on Angular/React and are keen to explore Vue
- You are about to start a new project, such as
- Working in a start-up where you want to quickly experiment with things (Vue is an easy-to-pick front-end framework with documented ways of doing common things.)
- Working in a large company and evaluating Vue
- You’re already working on Vue, and want to connect with like-minded people
3. Who should speak at this meetup?
We encourage women speakers, and first-time speakers. We also offer mentorship and prio preparation for talks.
4. Format of the meetup
Two talks - of either 25 mins or 40 mins duration - with show-and-tell. The meetup will with a Birds of Feather (BOF) session.
Contact details: write to firstname.lastname@example.org or DM @VueBLR
Docker for Vue.js Developers
We’ll see how Docker and containers can help run our entire Vue.js development pipeline as well as replicate our production system regardless of what OS you prefer to use.
Even though this is an overused template for a title, Containers and Docker in particular can help the modern front-end development team to avoid a lot of the common pain-points introduced by the various tooling we utilize for development and production. We’ll see how we can run our Vue.js dev setup on containers and have a consistent working environment regardless of the OS your fellow front-end dev prefers, and we’ll see how it can also help us to bundle and deploy our application whilst allowing us to replicate that exact same production config on our dev machines. We’ll see that with one command, we can have our whole stack up and running and not have to worry about what to copy, or what command to execute.
Front-end developer at Flock, avid gamer, hardcore MSFT fan, geeks out on tech stuff.