VueNYC #27

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Lessons Learned Building a Reusable Component Library
Michael Thiessen

At Vidyard we've learned a ton of things (and made many more mistakes) building our reusable Vue component library, Construction Yard.
This talk will highlight the more important technical lessons, such as: how to get started quickly, how not to break your app every week, problems we faced with SEMVER, and what we learned about abstraction and building great interfaces.

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