🌐 Kazupon and vue-i18n for internationalization 🔗
Kazupon is a well-known developer at Vue.js. He is also the creator of Intlify, known for its contribution to the software internationalization space, which has created an internationalization plugin for Vue.js known as Vue I18n.
🔌 The plugin integrates with your Vue.js application, and it aids in the process of internationalization through several helpful features that help such as translation, datetime format, number format, translation, pluralization, etc. 🎌
🛒 Vue Storefront for e-commerce projects 🔗
Created as an open-source e-commerce frontend framework based on Nuxt.js (more on it below), Vue Storefront integrates with any e-commerce backend APIs and builds on top of your headless content management system (CMS).
Vue Storefront offers two ways of dealing with internationalization: you can leverage modules from Nuxt.js, which are set by default, or disable them and complete the internationalization on your own. 👨💻
📑 Nuxt.js for better SEO rankings 🔗
The main reason for internationalizing a website or app is to reach a wider audience. Localization and SEO go hand-in-hand to help you accomplish this.
📐 Storybook for Vue to build great UIs 🔗
👆 Vue Awesome Swiper for better slides 🔗
If there's a feature that makes apps instantly more engaging, this is the use of slides. 🎇 Vue Awesome Swiper functions as a Vue component serving mobile touch slider Swiper to SPAs, and SSRs, for mobile and desktop. Unfortunately, the project was recently deprecated and replaced by the Swiper Vue component, officially provided by Swiper, that shares similar functionalities. 🤖
🗂️ Vue Meta for metadata management 🔗
Working with metadata has its intricacies. That's why we suggest using Vue-meta while working with your app's metadata. This is a Vue.js plugin that allows nested components to overwrite each other's values and grants you the capability to replace and add metadata as needed. 💾 It also makes defining meta tags in the header simpler and is used by Nuxt.
📝 VeeValidate for validating forms 🔗
Validating forms helps authenticate processes faster. Using vee-validate, you can validate the user's data inputs in a minimalistic and straightforward manner (e.g., checking the validity of emails, passwords, etc.). 🗃 The library works with most of your favorite UI components and native HTML elements. Moreover, the built-in rules are laid out in 45+ locales. 🚩
⏲️ vue-wait to Manage Loading States 🔗
When you have to deal with the management of different loading states, vue-wait can help avoid conflicts. 🛠 The tool is ideal for switching on and off between loading states and displaying loading indicators. The concept upon which it's built is based on the management of an array that contains several loading states. 🔁
🚩 Localazy for Localization 🔗
Localazy is an online localization suite and a translation management system built with developers in mind. There are countless ways to integrate Localazy into your workflow and enjoy completely automated translations.
🆙 Integrating your project with Localazy is pretty straightforward, and you can do it in five short steps:
1. Create an account on Localazy. 🚀
3. Copy and modify this configuration into the
localazy.json file in the root.
4. Create a
locales folder with a JSON file based on the source language. E.g
localazy upload in the CLI to upload your source file.
After you translate your strings to the desired languages, you can download the translations by running
localazy download. 📂
Read "How to localize Vue.js app with vue-i18n and Localazy" for a more thorough tutorial on the blog.
🤩 awesome-vue for Everything else! 🔗
awesome-vue is a curated list of awesome things related to Vue.js maintained by the community. The awesome Vue.js repository contains links to various resources, blog posts, tutorials, examples, and projects using Vue.js. You can also find awesome components & libraries for your next project. Definitely check it out!
You can find awesome-vue on GitHub:
✔️ Conclusion 🔗
What are your favorite resources and libraries for Vue.js? Is there anything you would add? Let us know in the comments!