Packt’s Video Learning Path is a series of individual video products put together in a logical and stepwise manner such that each video builds on the skills learned in the video before it.
The highlights of this Learning Path are:
● Build a fully functioning reactive web application in Vue.js from scratch
● Learn to develop customized plugins to meet your needs
● Add transitions and animations to your Vue 2 applications
Let’s take a quick look at your learning journey. This Learning Path begins with building a simple application in Vue.js for you to observe its features. You will then explore advanced topics such as data binding, reusable components, filters, and state management with Vuex. You will also learn to bring reactivity to an existing static application using Vue.js.
Next, you will explore various tasks that you will come across while building your web applications with Vue.js. You will learn to add different elements, filters, properties, and forms to your application. You will also explore the different transitions and animations possible with Vue.js.
Going ahead, this Learning Path teaches how to make Vue.js applications more dynamic. You will learn how to add communication with remote resources to your application. Next, you will explore vue-router 2.0 to build a single-page application. Finally, you will build 3 real-time projects with Vue 2.
By the end of this Learning Path, you'll gain hands-on experience in building and testing applications with Vue.js 2.
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Olga Filipova was born in the Ukraine, in Kyiv. She grew up in a family of physicists, scientists, and professors. She studied system analysis at the National University of Ukraine Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. At the age of 20, she moved to Portugal where she did her bachelor's and master's degrees in computer science in the University of Coimbra. During her studies, she participated in research and development of European projects and became an assistant teacher of operating systems and computer graphics. After obtaining her master's degree, she started to work at Feedzai. In 2013, along with her brother and her husband, she started an educational project based in Ukraine. This project's name is EdEra and it has grown from a small platform of online courses into a big player in the Ukrainian educational system. Currently, EdEra is pointing in an international direction and preparing an awesome online course about IT. In 2014, Olga, with her husband and daughter, moved from Portugal to Berlin, where she started working at Meetrics as a front-end engineer, and after a year she became the lead of an amazing team of front-end software developers.