Vuetiful Meetup Recap: featuring Vuetify, Netlify and Cosmic JS


Thanks to everyone in Dallas who came out to the Vuetiful Holiday Meetup at Simple Media, featuring Vuetify, Netlify and Cosmic JS. We enjoyed holiday eats and drinks as well as great presentations from Cosmic JS partner-agency Simple Media, Cosmic JS co-founder Tony Spiro and Vuetify Founder John Leider

Getting the Cosmic Community together is always great, especially during the holidays. If you're in our community but missed the discussion, we've included links to the presentation decks from Cosmic JS and Vuetify below. 


Vuetiful Meetup Recap: Presentation Links


Tony Spiro, Cosmic JS:

"A Vuetiful Holiday Meetup"


John Leider, Vuetify:

"The Path to Vuetify 2.0"




Special thanks to Silicon Valley Bank for providing food and beverage for this event, as well as to Simple Media for hosting us at their Design District offices in Dallas. 

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