One of the key advantages of Vue.js is that it plays nicely with other code: it is easy to embed progressively into other applications, but it is also easy to wrap up non-Vue code into Vue. This article explores this second advantage, covering three distinct types of third-party JavaScript and ways to embed each of them in Vue.

I have been on a Vue.js project that required the ability to create components programmatically. By programmatically, I mean you create and insert the components completely from JavaScript, without writing anything in the template. This article aims to illustrate how different aspects of using components in a template, such as instantiation, props passing, slots, mounting, translates to JavaScript code.

In authenticated frontend apps we can change what a user can see depending on their role e.g. guest, admin etc. In this article, we implement a simple but scalable permission system into a Vue.js app using the CASL library.

Frontend developers utilize a variety of tools. Discussion of these tools and arguing which one is the best will easily grow in a holy war, as every developer has his own preferences in terms of methods of working and using programming languages. That is why the wisest decision one can make is to