Writing Vue.js Applications in TypeScript on ASP.NET Core

In the previous post, we’ve briefly walked through how to build Vue.js application on ASP.NET Core. Like other modern JavaScript framework, VueJs also supports TypeScript out-of-the-box. If we can get full benefits from TypeScript to build a VueJs app, it would be awesome! There are many resources referring to the combination of VueJs and TypeScript. However, they are not using the basic template that VueJs provides, which brings about less confidence to those developers who just started using VueJs.… [Keep reading] “Writing Vue.js Applications in TypeScript on ASP.NET Core”

Running Vue.js on ASP.NET Core Applications

Vue.js has recently got many attentions as it is relatively easier to learn and lighter in size, comparing to other popular frameworks like Angular 1, Angular 2 or React. By providing a middleware, ASP.NET Core supports those front-end frameworks such as Angular2, Aurelia, React, Knockout, etc, while Vue has been excluded out-of-the-box. Even though we can find many good articles and code samples to integrate Vue and ASP.NET Core, as they don’t use the basic template that Vue is providing, it’s a little difficult for developers to apply at their first glance, who want to use both Vue and ASP.NET… [Keep reading] “Running Vue.js on ASP.NET Core Applications”