MWLUG Session: Looking into Vue.js (through Domino goggles)

Looking forward to presenting a session at MWLUG 2017 in Washington, D.C.

Looking into Vue.js (through Domino goggles)

Vue.js is rightfully getting tremendous buzz because of its power, speed, and simplicity.  It has been said that its developer, Evan You, has taken the best of Angular and React to create this new framework.  But for a Domino web developer, this is a very different world. This talk will introduce the vue.js framework for building web applications and components, introducing the concepts and tools available.  It will culminate in a hands-on where those with laptops can take it for a test drive.


For anyone interested in attending, please let me know if you have any questions about vue.js that you would like addressed in the presentation.

For anyone else using vue.js with Domino, I’d love to hear about your experiences, tips, etc.


One thought on “MWLUG Session: Looking into Vue.js (through Domino goggles)

  1. Csaba Kiss

    Just a comment on vue.js that XPage developers should know: Inside a vue app (a div which is controlled by vue.js), the event listeners are hijacked by vue.js, which means the functions written in the Events window in DDE will not be executed. Those functions need to be handled by vue.js.

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