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Christian Kienle
😉 Developer at SAP. My words are my own.
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Christian Kienle 13h
Heidelberg?
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Christian Kienle 14h
Class API proposal for Vue 3 has been dropped in favor of something much better (IMHO). this is a bold move. I like it. Keeps things simple. Very excited about all of this. 🥰
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Christian Kienle 19h
Replying to @nuxt_js
😢
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Christian Kienle May 22
In Paris you mentioned that there are (weekly?) calls. Is it possible to participate?
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Christian Kienle May 21
I just used bili ( ) from to build our component library... size reduction approx 30% – setup: painless. <3
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Christian Kienle May 21
I have a Vue plugin which is used by a Vue plugin which is used by a Vue plugin which is used by a Vue app and Webpack throws an error because it can't find Vue. :D :(
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Christian Kienle May 20
Now I get it. :D Thanks. :D
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Christian Kienle May 20
Replying to @grambulf @Nepo___
:D Ich hab mir mit meinen Bonuspunkten eine Karte geholt, mit der ich einen Tag lang durch ganz Deutschland fahren kann. Werde das an dem Tag mal ausgiebig testen. :D
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Christian Kienle May 19
Replying to @Nepo___
Hier!
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Christian Kienle May 19
Replying to @mxswd @tonyarnold
But 1.5 GB?
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Daniel Lindner May 19
If you happen to be in Karlsruhe at Wednesday, 12th of June, you can visit my talk about Clean Architecture at the C++ User Group:
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Christian Kienle May 19
Replying to @MrXlix @rosenkrieger
Der worst case ist keine kaputte Fließe sondern das Ding ansich. :D Ich hab neulich erst so ein Ding entfernt ohne an Fließenbruch zu denken… bin einfach mit einem Messer zwischen Wand und dem Ding gegangen und dann ging es ab. Zuvor hab ich es mit dem Fön erwärmt.
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Christian Kienle May 18
The next release of Fundamental Vue will use Vue Simple portal by . PR already merged. :D Just bought him 18 coffees to make it a round number. Thanks for your awesome work. You can also support here:
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Christian Kienle May 18
This is a wonderfully designed bike.
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Christian Kienle May 17
Here you import a component.js file. What I don't get: The *.js files import the *.vue files again. Doesn't this cause problems or at least defeats the purpose since the vue files contain everything…
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Christian Kienle May 17
Your talk inspired me to rethink how we package our component library. I had a look at how you split everything up: You basically have separate *.vue, *.js, *.html and *.(s)css files - right? [1/2]
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Christian Kienle May 17
I can highly recommend . Very friendly and engaging atmosphere. High quality stuff. Good food. Omg the brownies were AMAZING. Nice location. Glad I made it and thanks to (who builds bridges between technologies and no silos) for everything. 😇
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Christian Kienle May 17
Replying to @christianheeren
Wurde er gestrichen bevor oder nachdem du dein Handgepäck eingechecked hast?
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Frontend Love May 17
Awesome to hear from about and ! At the and roadtrip!
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Filip Rakowski May 17
Great talk from about combining Vue and D3. You made me wanna try this combo :)
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