VueNYC #1 Kickoff event!

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Join us for the first VueNYC meetup!

* We're a new meetup, please help us spread the word as we have space for many more people!

* Want to speak at VueNYC? Send us your proposal! (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc3_dl1EKKzEkVkqY580KfkzDGyQnYlvNgMc5BKPHnW08M70g/viewform)We can help you chose a topic, prepare and will support through out the process. First speakers welcome!

* We expect all speakers and attendees to follow the JSConf code of conduct (http://jsconf.com/codeofconduct.html).

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Talks:

Evan You (@youyuxi (https://twitter.com/youyuxi)) - Vue.js: the Progressive Framework

This talk will be a high-level introduction to the Vue framework, covering its origin, architecture, design philosophy, ecosystem and (some) comparison with other mainstream frameworks.

Kirill Cherkashin (@kirjs (https://twitter.com/kirjs)) - Very quick intro to vue-cli

In this short talk I'll demonstrate how easy it is to start

Jeff Posnick (@jeffposnick (https://twitter.com/jeffposnick)) - Production Ready Progressive Web Apps with vue-pwa-boilerplate

vue-cli along with the vue-pwa-boilerplate gives developers a solid starting point for building production-ready Progressive Web Apps. We'll walk through the process of getting started, and cover all the benefits that you build your PWA on a solid foundation.

Erin Depew (@erindepew (https://twitter.com/erindepew)) - A Short Synopsis of Vue Storybook

A brief overview of Vue Storybook: what it does, how it works, and why you would want to use it.

Ignacio Fuentes (@ignacioafuentes (https://twitter.com/ignacioafuentes)) - Mobile Apps with Vue

Leverage the Vue architecture to produce native mobile apps for iOS and Android

Pine Wu (@octref) - Intro to Vetur

Vetur is one of the first editor extensions that aims to bring powerful IDE features to front-end frameworks. With syntax-highlighting, error-checking, linting, formatting and auto-completion, Vetur has become VSCode’s default choice for editing Vue files. During this talk, we’ll take a look at Vetur’s various features with some live coding.

Afterparty: Refinery Rooftop 63 W 38th St (https://goo.gl/maps/pEFpKuEoxKN2)

Rain location: The Bar Downstairs 485 5th Ave (https://goo.gl/maps/6UdTL9z3ChS2)

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Thanks Microsoft for hosting us!