I am Markus Oberlehner,
I explore how to create software that lasts.

Open Source is my passion. I'm the creator of vue-lazy-hydration, and node-sass-magic-importer.

Personal Projects

  • vue-lazy-hydration is a renderless Vue.js component to improve Estimated Input Latency and Time to Interactive of server-side rendered Vue.js applications. This can be achieved by using lazy hydration to delay the hydration of pre-rendered HTML.

  • node-sass-magic-importer is a custom node-sass importer for selector specific imports, node importing, module importing, globbing support, and importing files only once.

Latest Articles

Vue.js Feature Toggle Context Provider

Some time ago, I read a very informative article by Pete Hodgson about feature toggles. I'm thinking a lot about the Context Provider Pattern and the types of problems it can help solve, and it appeared to me as if feature toggles are one of the use cases where this pattern can provide a lot of o value...

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useState and useReducer with the Vue 3 Composition API

In the React world, React Hooks are basically what in the Vue world is the Composition API. Although React Hooks and the Vue Composition API try to solve similar problems (mainly, reusability of stateful logic), how those two frameworks deal with reactivity under the hood is quite different...

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Application State Management with Vue 3

With the new Composition API and Vue 3, there is a lot of talk about whether or not we still need Vuex or if it is possible to replace Vuex completely by making reactive objects globally available. In this article, I argue that thanks to the Composition API's new tools, Vuex is rarely necessary anymore...

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