Through the use-cases in this book, you’ll discover how to handle data in Vue components, define communication interfaces between components, and handle static and dynamic routing to control application flow. You’ll get to grips with Vue CLI and Vue DevTools, and learn how to handle transition and animation effects to create an engaging user experience. In chapters on testing and deploying to the web, you’ll gain the skills to start working like an experienced Vue developer and build professional apps that can be used by other people.
You’ll work on realistic projects that are presented as bitesize exercises and activities, allowing you to challenge yourself in an enjoyable and attainable way. These mini projects include a chat interface, a shopping cart and price calculator, a to-do app, and a profile card generator for storing contact details.
By the end of this book, you’ll have the confidence to handle any web development project and tackle real-world front-end development problems.
About the Authors
Raymond Camden is a developer advocate for IBM. His work focuses on the MobileFirst platform, Bluemix, hybrid mobile development, Node.js, HTML5, and web standards in general. He is a published author and presents at conferences and user groups on a variety of topics. Raymond can be reached at his blog, on Twitter, or via email. He is the author of many development books, including Apache Cordova in Action and Client-Side Data Storage.
Clifford Gurney is a solution-focused and results-oriented technical lead at a series-A funded startup. A background in communication design and broad exposure to leading digital transformation initiatives enriches his delivery of conceptually designed front-end solutions using Vue JS. Cliff has presented at the Vue JS Melbourne meetups and collaborates with other like-minded individuals to deliver best in class digital experience platforms.
Maya Shavin is a senior frontend developer, speaker, blogger, Storefront UI core member, and the founder and organizer of VueJS Israel Meetups.
Who This Book Is For
About the Chapters
Chapter 2, Working with Data, provides information on more component building blocks using computed data props, observing state changes with watchers, and utilizing asynchronous APIs.
Chapter 3, Vue CLI, is a deep dive into Vue’s quality-of-life toolkit. You’ll understand how to use the Vue CLI and browser DevTools.
Chapter 4, Nesting Components (Modularity), looks at approaches to passing data across components to modularize them.
Chapter 5, Global Component Composition, dives deep into ways to share component functionality across a Vue.js code base.
Chapter 6, Routing, covers the use of standard and dynamic routing with Vue. You’ll learn how to create an SPA with complex multi-page applications in Vue.
Chapter 8, The State of Vue.js State Management, provides a view into different approaches for Vue.js state management.
Chapter 9, Working with Vuex – State, Getters, Actions, and Mutations, introduces you to the Vuex library for state management in Vue.
Chapter 10, Working with Vuex – Fetching Remote Data, discusses how to use Vuex and remote APIs.
Chapter 11, Working with Vuex – Organizing Larger Stores, helps you organize and manage large Vuex stores.
Chapter 12, Unit Testing, looks at testing individual pieces of a Vue.js application, including components, filters, and mixins.
Chapter 13, End-to-End Testing, introduces Cypress, which is used for writing end-to-end tests for a Vue.js application.
Chapter 14, Deploying Your Code to the Web, looks at modern best practices in continuous integration/continuous deployment and considers how to deploy a Vue.js application to multiple hosting providers.
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