@fkchang it's based on a previews talk I did for wroclove.rb some years ago, this time I wanted to target Vue.js because the conf appens a day before a Vue conf (same venue and organizers). So I'll end up writing vue-opal (current status: WIP). The code/video of the 2016 presentation is here: https://github.com/elia/wrocloverb-2016 :smile:
From what I saw Vue is super-simple and straightforward, so the basic api is really simple, that said I might add some DSL for both callbacks and templates, like the ones used by hyperstack/inesita/clearwater
@aemadrid well let those other dev's know about hyperstack. I suspect there several 100Ks of deployed code world wide all written in Ruby. And they are right: mixing languages (and tool chains) is not as easy as people make it out. Having a single language / framework is well worth it.