For anyone Vue enthusiasts out there, I've updated the Vuetober theme to be compatible with Vue 2.0!
Along with the huge performance improvements and awesome new features of Vue 2, the theme now includes linting presets and unit testing with code coverage reporting out of the box.
And for those who don't know what this theme is, here is the original thread where I mentioned some of it's goodies http://octobercms.com/forum/post/single-page-applications-with-vuejs-and-webpack
This theme can interact directly with blog plugin without the need for Bedard.RainLabBlogApi?
Glad you like it! And no, if you want to interact with the blog you'll need to install the rainlab blog api plugin, otherwise there will be no endpoints for you to hit.
Very cool. Still a lot of tools to learn for beginner. Worth it ;) Thanks a lot for all updates.
I've been trying to experiment with VueTober for majority of the day, but having little luck.
When trying to create new components using the global components shown in the video, it's as if Vue is running as a runtime build and is giving me this error: [Vue warn]: Failed to mount component: template or render function not defined.
I've tried adding a new alias to webpack's dev config too, but no avail.
Is there something I'm missing?
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