Complete Vue.js 3 (Inc. Composition API, Vue Router, Vuex)
What you'll learn
- Vue JS 3 from scratch
- Options and Composition API
- Vue Router
- Creating reusable components
- Design Patterns
- Front-end Routing
- A thirst for knowledge
- Basic web technologies (HTML/CSS/JS)
- Basic terminal proficiency (make files and directories)
Another Vue.js 3 from zero to hero course - kind of. This course is for developers who want to move fast. We cover the traditional way of building Vue apps - the Options API - as well as the the new Composition API, and even see how you can mix and match them together.
There are 8 modules; 4 introduce fundamental skills (Options API; Composition API; Vuex and Vue Router). The remaining four modules are projects, so you can see how to apply the fundamental skills in real apps. I am a big believer in learning by doing.
After learning both the Options and Composition API, we see how to use them both with Vuex and Vue Router, and talk about the different use-cases and trade-offs to consider.
Finally, as we progress through, our focus starts to shift from not only how to build apps with Vue, but to thinking about how we architect things; how components should communicate, where data should be saved (also known as state management) and how it flows through the app.
The course is taught by Vue.js team member Lachlan Miller, so you can be confident you are in good hands.
After covering Vue; we look at Vuex, Vue's state management solution, and Vue Router, for front-end routing. The course culminates with a capstone project, using the three core Vue libraries (Vue, Vuex, Vue Router) to build an application.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner/intermediate web developers
- Developers looking to try out new Vue JS 3 features
Lachlan is a full stack software developer, passionate about open source, test driven development, and mentoring. He has been contributing to the Vue.js open source community since 2016 and is the maintainer of Vue Test Utils, the official testing library for Vue.js.
Lachlan has worked with small and large teams, as both a full stack developer as well as a mentor, providing training and guidance on designing greenfield applications, as well as seemlessly and safely transitions existing applications into new, highly dynamic modern web apps.