Learn how to transform your Vue.js app into a progressive web app, enhancing UX, improving performance, and offering offline functionality.
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Learn how to start a new Vue project, fetch data from an API using axios, and handle responses and manipulate data using components and computed properties.
Start new projects faster with the right scaffolding. These ten libraries and frameworks excel at helping you bootstrap your next web project in no time.
Learn how to use the Vue Composition API. Find out how it can make your code more readable and maintainable by building a simple shopping list application.
Christopher Vundi explains how to visualize data in a Vue project, using the popular D3.js library, which combines powerful visualization components and a data-driven approach to DOM manipulation.
Kingsley Silas offers a high-level introduction to working with components in Vue, looking at how to create components, how to pass data between components (via both props and an event bus) and how to use Vue’s element to render additional content within a component.
Michiel Mulders demonstrates how, when building a Vue app with Vue CLI, to make use of both Vue’s async components and webpack’s code-splitting functionality to load in parts of a page after a Vue app’s initial render — keeping initial load time to a minimum and giving your app a snappier feel.
We look at methods, computed properties and watchers in Vue applications, clearing them up by showing how to build a search component with each one.
Let's take a look and see how you can start taking advantage of TypeScript's static typing and class-based components in your Vue.js code today.