The browsers can actually take control of physical devices in the real world like lightbulbs, robots and even drones by providing new web standard hardware connectivity APIs such as WebBluetooth, WebUSB, NFC and etc. On the other hand, Progressive web apps opens a new era to build a web application that works offline and resemble a native application. Hence, everyday we are getting closer to run a web app only on browsers that doesn't need to be install from any app store and it will take control of hardwares around us. In this session, I am going through some of the web capabilities to connect devices into a progressive web app which has been build but Vue.js and show how web could go beyond the browsers and take control of our devices around us.
2019 may be the year of the biggest updates around all the Vue.js stack - not only core Vue libraries but the transition of the whole ecosystem and community in general. What direction will the wind of change blow? Let's discuss how we're going to use Vue.js from now on and showcase both the most awaited and those less known innovations.
Talk about the biggest Vue implementation in production globally. The L'Oréal website factory program is a new organization of L’Oréal's digital landscape. Vue is a key component for over 800 L'Oréal websites for global market leaders like Kerastase, Garnier and L'Oréal Paris. In this talk I show how we use Vue at scale and how we can maintain a reusable codebase for all websites.
Strategies, tips and examples on how to convert legacy codebase to Vue.js and being able to preserve the old working code in some areas of your website. Coexistence between legacy code and Vue.js code can be achieved in a stable and reliable way opening up a path to a gradual rewrite.