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Start your Vue Mobile App Now. Onsen UI for Vue 2 Beta Release

Onsen UI and Vue.js

We are excited to announce that the Vue Components for Onsen UI beta version is finally out. vue-onsenui@2.0.0-beta.0 is now available on NPM and you can start creating Vue mobile apps with the power of Onsen UI. Vue UI for mobile devices made easy.

In this article we also show how to create a kitchen sink app that includes most of the components with and without Vuex.


Monaca CLI support for Onsen UI 2.2.0 and Vue 2

This week we have two news to announce. First of all, following the recent release of Onsen UI 2.2.0 now we also provide support for it in Monaca CLI version 2.2.0. Therefore, you can use transpirable frameworks Angular 2+ and React with the new Onsen UI and cssnext. Moreover, from now on, you can create Vue.js 2 project in CLI based on our standard templates: Minimum, Navigation, Splitter and Tabbar. The new Vue 2 templates support the 2.0.0-alpha.1 version of the Vue binding and the newest Onsen UI. Below we prepared a short tutorial that shows how to create a Vue 2 project in Monaca CLI.


Status of Vue 2 binding alpha and roadmap for beta

Onsen UI and Vue.js

It has been 4 weeks since we released 2.0.0-alpha.0. We know, we know, alpha is a scary tag. That’s why we’re looking to move on from it as fast as possible.

In this post we give you Vue developers the latest news regarding just that.

Obsolete methods of our Vue components in 2.0.0-alpha.1 and later

In 2.0.0-alpha.0 we provided not only props, events and slots but also methods as an API for interacting with and controlling our Vue components.

But since the use of methods does not come naturally because it does not follow the convention of Vue.js, we decided to obsolete the methods API in 2.0.0-alpha.1 and later.


Onsen UI with Vue 2 will soon be possible!

Onsen UI and Vue.js

Vue.js is a lightweight library used to create user interfaces. Its powerful but still intuitive API makes it very easy to learn. Vue has long been a favorite for us in the Onsen UI team and we know that some of our users are already creating apps using Vue and Onsen UI. We are happy to announce that we are currently working on adding better support.

Vue 2 was recently released and it looks very good. The API for creating components will stay almost the same as in the previous version, which makes migration very easy, but internally a lot of changes has been made to make the library more efficient.


Comparing frameworks: Hello World!

Framework comparison

The fact that Onsen UI is built on top of Web Components makes us proud to be framework agnostic. However, there are so many options out there that we can feel overwhelmed when it comes to choosing a front-end framework to develop with. Especially for those who don’t have a large background in web programming, deciding which framework works better for them could be a tedious task.

Have you already chosen your framework to work with Onsen UI? For those who still don’t have a preference, in this article we show how to make a simple Hello World app with some of the existing alternatives: Vanilla JavaScript, AngularJS, Angular 2, React, Vue.js and Knockout.js.