Complete Vue.js 2 Web Development (Packt)
Thursday, 10 January 2019

This book starts with building example applications to get well versed with the Vue.js ecosystem. Authors Mike Street, Andrea Passaglia and Paul Halliday show how to use Vue.js by creating three single page applications that explore Vuex and vue-router, the standard Vue tools for caching data and routing URLs for applications. The book has recipes for crafting dynamic front ends, and instructions on integrating web utilities like Babel and Webpac. The book ends with design patterns showing how to write clean, maintainable, and reusable code with Vue framework.



Author: Mike Street, Andrea Passaglia and Paul Halliday
Publisher: Packt
Date: December 2018
Pages: 698
ISBN: 978-1789959901
Print: 178995990X
Kindle: B07KW7QS2P
Audience: Would-be web developers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Web design and development


  • Understand the fundamentals of Vue.js with practical examples
  • Using vue-router dynamic routes to load data
  • Build complex web interfaces using the Vue.js component system
  • Use Webpack and Babel to enhance your development workflow
  • Manage your application’s state using Vuex
  • Seamlessly implement routing in your single page applications


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