In this course I’ll show you how to use Quasar Framework (along with Vue JS 2, Vuex & Firebase) to create real-world, cross-platforms apps using a single Vue JS codebase; and get these apps production-ready and deployed to all the major platforms - Web, iOS, Android, Mac & Windows.
Throughout this course we'll create a real-world app called Awesome Todo. In this app we can add, edit or delete tasks and mark them as completed.
We can also sort tasks by name or date and search through tasks using a search bar.
It's also going to have a Settings page, with 2 real settings which change the way the app works - and which persist when app is closed and restarted (or the browser reloaded on the web version). It will also have a help page, a "visit our website" link and an "email us" link.
The app will have its own back-end created using a Firebase Realtime Database. Users can register, log in and see their data sync in realtime across all of their devices.
We'll get the app production ready for all the different platforms - web, iOS, Android, Mac & Windows.
You'll learn all of the basics of Quasar Framework, including the Quasar CLI, Quasar Components, Quasar Plugins, Quasar Directives, Platform Detection, Layouts, Theming & various Quasar Utilities.
I'll also show you all of the basics of Vue.js, including Data Binding, Events, Computed Properties, Components, Directives, Filters, Lists & Lifecycle Hooks.
You'll learn how to manage the state of your app using Vuex, where I'll cover State, Mutations, Actions & Setters.
I'll cover all of the basics of Firebase, including Authentication, Reading data, Writing data & protecting your data with Database Rules.
By the end of this course, you will be able to create your own real-world apps, with real back-ends which work on all the different platforms.