The Vue 3 core has officially released as of 18 September 2020 🥳. There's a phased release process that will be completed before the end of 2020 when all oth...
03:06 Vue app initialization
05:14 "data" must be a method
05:45 Register Vue components
07:31 Event bus removed from Vue 3
11:46 Implement event bus in Vue 3 using the "mitt" package
14:11 Filters removed in Vue 3
inline-template attribute removed in Vue version 3
18:31 Upgrade Vue 2 app to Vue 3
18:56 Setup Laravel APP to set up API for Vue project
20:31 Setup Vue 2 APP
21:52 Migrate to Vue 3
22:45 "beforeDestroy" lifecycle hook is deprecated
26:52 Register Vue Router
27:26 Register Vuex
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