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Vue.js: An Introduction to this Approachable, Versatile, and Performant JavaScript Framework
Presented by Mel Leeb
3/13/2018 5:45 PM

Come join us as we'll learn about this popular up & coming JavaScript framework. If you've done a lot of JavaScript development with jQuery in the past but were looking for a more modular, maintainable, and testable approach to writing your front-end code, this presentation may just be for you.

Like React and Angular, Vue.js is a JavaScript front-end framework that was built to organize and improve web development. The project focuses on making ideas in web UI development (components, declarative UI bindings, hot-reloading, debugging, etc.) more approachable. It attempts to be less opinionated and thus generally easier for developers to pick up. Vue also features an incrementally adoptable architecture, so you can use it on just one page of your application that needs a more interactive experience, or if you're looking to build more business logic into your front-end applications from the get-go, Vue has the core libraries and ecosystem you'll need to scale.

Mel Leeb is a Senior Architect at Bennett Adelson. Prior to joining Bennett Adelson in 2008, he worked for Progressive and Software Architects in various development and consulting roles. He holds a MS in Engineering from Purdue University and works with customers to help them design and build custom web, desktop, and mobile applications.


About .NET SIG
The Cleveland .NET Special Interest Group (.NET SIG) was founded in a partnership between Bennett Adelson and Microsoft. The .NET SIG has become the forum for .NET collaboration and instruction from some of the brightest minds in the region. The organization was founded to provide enterprise software developers educational support on the .NET tools and Framework. The group meetings consist of developer focused, content-rich presentations and interactive code review and development. The audience ranges from .NET experts to those developers that are getting their first glimpse of .NET.