vue-drag-drop - A lightweight Vue wrapper that abstracts away the wonkier parts of the Drag and Drop Browser API

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❗ Version 1.0.0 is out! This finally includes support for IE/Edge. Note that this required skipping the native transferData event property entirely in favor of a global variable that maintains the current drag transfer info. This could theoretically break some extreme edge cases involving multiple drag events occurring simultaneously, but I think it's very unlikely, or maybe even impossible. Feedback is greatly appreciated.

https://github.com/cameronhimself/vue-drag-drop#readme

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core-js : ^2.5.3

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