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Practical Projects with Vue JS 2 [Video]

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Learn
  • Get up-and-running with Vue.js in no time
  • Build components and learn when to use them
  • Implement three different ways of connecting to the server and routing data around your application
  • Use off-the-shelf libraries to get to the features you want more quickly
  • Configure your server to offer up data in a variety of different forms
About

Do you want to get started with Vue.js, and get beyond an average To-Do app? This video course will walk you through three complete practical projects in Vue.js that show the breadth of the framework, and also show how it is used practically via real-world examples. It fills a void not met by reference guides or cookbooks, but adds value to both of those resources. You will not only understand how to use the framework, but also which choices were made, and why. These projects will act as jumping off points for you in your own projects.

Style and Approach

Unlike a “reference guide” and a “cookbook”, this course will empower you to build full rich detailed applications, that you can then use as a jumping off point to work with, in conjunction with a reference guide and a cookbook. It’s the third element that brings value to the first two.

Features
  • Presents three complex real-world projects, from startup to complete project, that developers can use to start their own web apps
  • Real examples that viewers can mix and match together to build the application that they want
  • Shows key framework aspects that are a hassle for developers but aren't covered in a To-Do app-style walkthrough
Course Length 3 hours 45 minutes
ISBN 9781789613391
Date Of Publication 28 Dec 2018

Authors

Jack Herrington

Jack Herrington is a Principal Software Engineer at Nike working. He works in React, Vue, and AngularJS and has presented to a wide set of audiences on a variety of web technologies. He has written six books and hundreds of articles covering both the front- and back-end. Before Nike he was the UI Architect at Walmart Labs.