VueJS support for pinegrow

Any chance of having Vue integration in the future? That would be awesome!
I’m coming from Boostrap Studio. It was quite restrictive. Pinegrow rocks! :slight_smile:

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This would be nice to have.

Yes please. 1+ for this

VueJs… Yes Please… +1 :slight_smile:

Adding in another +1 for support of VueJS in Pinegrow.

VueJS is becoming my go to platform (when I can’t use Wordpress) for a project, and I need better “out of the box” functionally than I get with bootstrap (which I’m moving away from because I don’t want to use jQuery any more!)

VueJS in Pinegrow + VSCode would be awesome IMHO.

Likewise. 1+ for this

Yes please!! +1 for this

Likewise. 1+ for this

Adding in another +1 for support of VueJS in Pinegrow.
Any news about this Feature Request?

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As I have been delving into javascript frameworks, I have realised “component” based applications are the key, and pinegrow doesn’t really support this, and slowly I’m realising that I can’t use pinegrow anymore in this journey…

Vuejs javascript components includes html-based templates and scoped styles… and as it’s within a javascript file, the rendering in pinegrow is dynamic… and we can’t use pinegrow’s powerful features for designing… Or, is there a way to still use pinegrow in this scenario?

I understand pinegrow has it’s own component feature (which I believe is in vanila js under the hood), but would be great if this is extended to js framework components too… may be I will build a plugin for this :thinking:

Would be great if the pinegrow core team @Emmanuel can provide some updates if they are building anything to support js framework components or not…

Disclaimer: I’m a complete novice to tech, have been lately upskilling myself on web technologies (pinegrow made it easy), so if I understood anything incorrectly above (reg js frameworks), please feel free to correct me, cheers!

I’m trying to picture what support for Vue.js would look like. Just design and styling of components? I haven’t done a lot with Vue, but I don’t think a lot of the logic and the routing is very ‘drag-and-drop’. I guess I could see actions to add loops and logic to HTML elements, but it still seems like the heavy lift will be in VSCode or Atom.
Maybe somebody can explain their vision for how PG could help.

You can always use it as a piece of your workflow, given its not all incompassing for your needs.

But given that the Angular implementation was not kept up to date, I’m not sure if these types of frameworks have an immediate future in Pinegrow as an integrated workflow, but it sure would be nice. Of course React and Vue are now considered much more popular than Angular.

I thought there was a post somewhere where I saw mention of Angular and a few frameworks eventually being dropped from within Pinegrow but I can’t seem to find it (so maybe I am mistaken).

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Thanks mate, good point, time to innovate on my workflow with my tool suite.

I was more eagar to hear from the PG team if they have thought on these lines (and possibly working on an enhancement) of supporting javascript frameworks to increase our productivity even in a minimal way esp from a design perspective, or if they are sticking to their base philosophy on keeping their base tool agnostic of frameworks.

Clarity from the PG team on this will help users like me to understand & accept that this is not in their backlog and at least I can move on by tweaking my workflow (w.r.t tools). In fact, just tagging all feature requests with a status will help, for eg, like “brainstorming”, “in progress”, “rejected”, “implemented”, “partially implemented” etc…

#sanity - Waiting for features in apps can be a long deserted road. Its best to just keep coding and moving forward, also never stop looking for new tools and processes, don’t let apps hold you back. ;—)

Time will tell what the developers eventually say/do regarding Pinegrow. Be advised responses can be slow around here concerning direct feedback. You’ve made some good points though.

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I failed to see your post @RobM, maybe have a look at Vuegg for some ideas.

https://vuegg.github.io/#/about

@Akayy, RobM is a recent addition to the Pinegrow team.

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