Vue.js: Up and Running (O'Reilly)
Thursday, 12 April 2018

A brisk introduction to building fast, interactive single-page web applications with Vue.js, theJavaScript framework for web development,  this practical guide starts from basics and moves to custom components and advanced features including JSX, the JavaScript syntax extension. Author Callum Macrae shows you his choice of the most useful libraries in the Vue ecosystem, such as vue-router for routing, vuex for state management, and vue-test-utils for testing.

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If you’re a frontend developer familiar with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, this book will show you how to develop a fully featured web application using Vue.

Author: Callum Macrae
Publisher: O'Reilly
Date: Mar 2018
Pages: 174
ISBN: 978-1491997246
Print: 1491997249
Kindle: B07B1N6GVC
Audience: JavaScript developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: JavaScript 

 

 

  • Learn Vue.js basics, including its use of templates to display data on a page
  • Set up Vue projects from scratch, or use vue-cli to set up from a template
  • Create a maintainable codebase by splitting code into self-contained components
  • Discover how Vue.js works with CSS to style your websites and applications
  • Use render functions and JSX, rather than templates, to determine what Vue displays
  • Control how code is executed and displayed with vue-router
  • Manage state in one centralized place with the Vuex library
  • Write unit tests to ensure your Vue components don’t break in the future

 

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