Vue For Dummies

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Learn to use Vue.js in this full course for beginners from Gwen Faraday. Vue.js is an open-source JavaScript framework for building user interfaces and single-page applications.

First, you will learn the basics of Vue.js. Then, you will see how to create two projects using Vue.js.

By the end of the course, you will be able to start using Vue.js in your own projects. This course covers:. The Vue Instance. Props & Slots. You can watch the full video course on the freeCodeCamp.org YouTube channel (3 hour watch). Learning a new framework can be a very daunting process for any developer, especially for one that is still learning the base language (in this case JavaScript).

This is why I have decided to create this series in which I will attempt to make the learning of Vue.js as easy and digestible as possible 🙂. I'm not a fan of making long drawn out introductions, so I will assume that if you're still reading:.

You have some basic HTML/CSS/JS knowledge. You don't need to be an experienced front-end developer to take on on Vue as a development framework, but at the very least you need to be able to write your own HTML markup, understand the basic of how CSS works and, yes, how to write javascript.

In the end, this is what this is all about.

There are several ways in which you can incorporate Vue into your web project. Let's start with the simplest one (which you will probably not end up using a lot).

Most tutorials/articles will assume that you have some understanding of how to set up a development environment in which you will use things like npm, webpack to set up your project - and while this is ideal because of what you get out of the box - we can start with a much simpler beginner-friendly approach.

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