In this article you'll see exactly why you should learn to use the composition API by comparing the old way to the new way. The examples also start out simple and get more complex, so you can see that the composition API isn't really all that different from what you're used to.
If you've got a Vue component that won't update the way you expect it to, this debugging guide will help you to quickly identify and fix the problem.
Slots allow you to write very powerful, expressive components. In this article we'll cover six of those patterns, so that you can take your slot skills to the next level.
We all want to write less code, but get more done. To make this happen, we build our components so they can be reused more than just once.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: Computed properties are the most important feature in Vue. Sure, scoped slots let you create some nice abstractions and watchers are useful too. But I don't think anything comes close to how valuable computed props are.