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  1. ProcessWire & Vue.js — a Lovestory Introducing the all new ICF Conference Website The new ICF Conference Page — Fearless » What would happen if we were equipped to fearlessly face the daily challenges and live a life without fear? « This question is at the core of our next ICF Conference in 2019 in Zurich. Its also the question we set out to answer in terms of developing the new website; the all new ICF Conference website is our most advanced website in terms of technology, designed to take advantage of the latest web-technologies. Its a brand new design powered by a lean setup, using ProcessWire for easy content management and a slick frontend based on Vue.js, Quasar and a heavily customized Uikit theme. Technology-stack — From backend to frontend, technologies that are fun, easy and fast to develop with We built on the ICF Ladieslounge website as a solid foundation and took our learnings from building our last Conference Booklet PWA (Progressive Web App) and applied it to the new website. Some highlights of the new ICF Conference website: Completely decoupled backend and frontend Custom design based on Uikit frontend framework Changing of languages happens instantly, no page-reload required Easy content updates thanks to ProcessWire All data is transferred using a single request returning custom JSON » Continue reading on Medium And please don't forget to clap and share:
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