Ever since the work on 2.0 started back in April, the core team has made significant contributions to API design, bug fixes, documentation and TypeScript typings (yes, vue core, vue-router and vuex 2.0 all have TypeScript typings shipped in the npm packages), and the community also provided extremely valuable feedback on API changes. The Vuejs community is really making some awesome strides.
Simple Google Sheets interface to track time.
The ECMAScript proposal “Rest/Spread Properties” by Sebastian Markbåge is currently at stage 3. It enables:
The rest operator (...) in object destructuring. At the moment, this operator only works for Array destructuring and in parameter definitions.
The spread operator (...) in object literals. At the moment, this operator only works in Array literals and in function and method calls.
Almost two years ago, March 10 2015, Juha Lindstedt released the first version of FRZR, a tiny view library. The API has changed a lot since that and even the name changed to RE:DOM.
Many web developers think the DOM is really difficult (or slow) and you need a huge framework to tame it. Then they invest a lot of their time to learn the framework. A year or two passes, another framework becomes popular and you need to learn everything from scratch. Taking time to learn manual DOM manipulation is a good idea as it is a valuable skill to have.