Vue.js released its latest version, Vue 2.5, just a few days back. It comes with many new features including improved TypeScript and Error handling, improved tooling support, environment-agnostic server-side rendering, and much more that gives you many business benefits. This release contains awesome improvements to help Vue.js developers and to keep things better.
Major Improvements Along With Its Business Benefits:
Better Error Handling
In its previous versions, we’d typically use config.errorHandler and the renderError component option for handling errors in the applications. But we were lacking methods for handling generic errors inside a specific part of the application. So, a new errorCaptured hook has been introduced in this version. A component with this hook captures all errors from its child component tree.