Vue.js Essentials - 3 Course Bundle
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- Understand all Vue concepts from beginner to advanced
Build three real world applications using Vue.js utilising every Vue feature
Use the Vuex statement management library
- Write basic Vue with ES5 and also modern Vue with ES6
- Setup VueJS environment with development tools including Webpack
- Create a universal application with server-side rendering
- Use popular plugins from the Vue ecosystem like vue-router and vue-resource
- Cutting-edge features like Single File Components, Render functions and Server-Side Rendering
Welcome to Build Your First Vue.js App. This is a hands-on course for web developers who've never used Vue.js before, or want to brush up on the fundamentals.
My name is Anthony Gore and I'll be your instructor on this course. Let me tell you a little bit about it!
In this course we're going to cover many of the fundamental features of Vue, including stuff like:
Adding Vue to a web page
Creating Vue data and methods
And so on.
We'll also build a simple app called Vue.js Poster Shop, which will allow you to practice all the theory you've learned in a real-world app.
Let's take a look at the finished product so you can get a sense of what you're going to be able to do with Vue by the end of the course.
Demo of the finished product
This is Vue.js Poster Shop. It allows you to search for a kind of poster you might want to buy. For example, here's a search for "cat", because who doesn't want a poster of a cat, right?
If you're more of a dog person, though, you can use the search bar at the top and search for that.
When you see a poster you want to purchase, you can add it to the cart like that.
From the cart, you can increase the quantity of an item if you want more than one. You can also decrease the quantity, and if you decrease it to 0, it's going to be removed from the cart entirely.
So you can see we have complete shopping cart functionality here, and you'll be surprised at how easy it is to do all this with Vue.
There are also a variety of other subtle features of the app that give it a really nice user experience.
One I'll show you now is the scroll loading feature.
So you can see from the message at the top of the page that a search for "cat" has returned 11 results.
As I start to scroll down the page to view the results, notice the scroll bar over here on the right of the page.
You'll see that it suddenly jumps up as I scroll toward the bottom of the results.
The reason is that not all 11 of the results are added to the page at once; in fact, only 4 are added at a time, and more get added as we keep scrolling.
This feature that makes the page load faster and run smoother.
You'll be able to advanced Vue.js features like this by the end of the course as well.
- HTML and CSS
- Git and Github
- ES6 (for Project 2 & 3 only)
- Webpack (for Project 2 & 3 only)
- Node.js/Express (for Project 3 only)
If you're looking to learn and master Vue.js with an expert instructor, look no further than Vue.js Essentials.
In this series of three courses, you'll build three real-world Vue.js apps that take you from the very basics of Vue to the cutting edge.
With over 6000 past students, this course bundle includes 10 hours of high-quality video with English closed captions.
Keep reading to see what's included...
Course 1: Build Your First Vue.js App
This first course is an introduction for those who've never used Vue.js or who need to brush up on the basics.
We'll cover key Vue concepts such as:
Adding Vue to a web page
Template syntax (interpolations and directives)
The best way to learn is by doing, so we'll put this theory into practice and build a simple but powerful eCommerce user interface complete with products and a shopping cart called Vue.js Poster Shop.
Course 2: Build A Vue.js Single-Page App with Vue Router
Now that you know the basics of Vue, you're ready to learn Vue's most powerful features!
By the end of this second course, you'll be able to build a high-performing, feature-rich Vue.js app using the single-page application (SPA) architecture.
Topics covered in this course include:
Custom plugins and directives
Webpack configuration for Vue.js projects
Together, we'll build a movie session times app called Vue.js Cinema that, unlike the app from the first course, includes multiple pages managed with Vue Router.
Building this app will introduce you to the power and versatility of components-based app design. You'll also learn how to utilize Webpack for an enhanced Vue development experience.
Course 3: Build A Professional Vue App with Vuex & Server-Side Rendering
Are you ready to become a Vue expert?
Now that you're comfortable building Vue.js SPAs, you're ready for Vue's advanced concepts!
In this course, I'll show you the tools and techniques that front-end experts use to build highly optimized, high performing web UI.
Firstly, we'll cover the Vuex state management pattern, which is a special method for storing data in your app that's essential for bigger and more complex sites.
We'll then set up server-side rendering (SSR) from scratch. This is where we compile our app on the Node.js server in order to drastically improve page load time.
The case-study project for this course is our most ambitious yet; a Google Calendar clone called Vue.js Cinema that utilizes Vuex, SSR and a host of other optimizations.
- Existing web developers looking to learn Vue.js
- Curious React and Angular developers
- Laravel developers