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It’s out! Congrats to the Vue team for getting it done, I know it was a massive effort and a long time coming. All new docs, as well.

I like it’s still a priority that Vue can be used with just a <script> tag with no build process at all. But it’s ready for build processes too.

Vue 3.0 core can still be used via a simple <script> tag, but its internals has been re-written from the ground up into a collection of decoupled modules. The new architecture provides better maintainability, and allows end users to shave off up to half of the runtime size via tree-shaking.

If you specifically want to have a play with Vue Single File Components (SFCs, as they say, .vue files), we support them on CodePen in our purpose-built code editor for them. Go into Pen Settings > JavaScript and flip Vue 2 to Vue 3.

The train keeps moving too. This proposal to expose all component state to CSS is an awfully cool idea. I really like the idea of CSS having access to everything that is going on on a site. Stuff like global scroll and mouse position would be super cool. All the state happening on any given component? Heck yeah I’ll take it.


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