Vuejs series articles from entry to master The "Vuejs You May Not Know" series of articles are articles on my experience and skills in the past time, from not knowing Vuejs at all to using Vuejs proficiently to develop various complex large-scale projects. The focus is to take you step by step to familiarize yourself with how to use Vuejs to develop basic projects, including the use and skills of some of the more popular tools in the surrounding ecology
The "Vuejs You May Not Know" series of articles are articles on my experience and skills in the past time, from not knowing Vuejs at all to using Vuejs proficiently to develop various complex large-scale projects. The focus is to take you step by step to familiarize yourself with how to use Vuejs to develop basic projects, including the use and skills of some of the more popular tools in the surrounding ecology, and also share how to analyze and process the process when facing more complex functional requirements.
Although there are various articles and books on the practice of Vuejs on the Internet, the Vuejs official website tutorial (the official Vuejs tutorial is the best document I have ever seen, and there is no one. It is recommended that you read through it before using Vuejs.) Also Very detailed, but occasionally a lot of friends ask me some Vuejs-related questions, I feel very strange, there are so many articles to know how to use, why are there still such and other problems? It’s not surprising to think about it carefully. I found that some of them use the official webpack template to develop the project directly . Webpack is not yet familiar with it. If you encounter a problem, you will be blinded directly. I don’t know where to start. Of course I search. The engine can help you solve almost all problems, but it will still take you a lot of time to make up for your lack of unknown knowledge.
So I decided to write this series of articles. I am not a great god. I just hope that by writing this series of articles, I can help friends who are just getting started with Vuejs, and at the same time sort out and summarize my knowledge.
This series of articles will like to use
jqueryas the use
Vuejsstart, then gradual learning, then slowly introduced
webpack, of course, the article will explain some passing ES6 syntax. Finally, a project example will be presented to analyze and explain some usage skills.
What does the content include?
Because this article is the beginning, there may be changes in the content during the writing process, and will be revised based on readers’ feedback and corrections, but the general content is still based on the above ideas.
The relevant source code of all articles in this series can be found on github: You May Not Know Vuejs
Because of limited personal experience, the article will inevitably have some omissions, and heroes are welcome to criticize and correct.
Source Code: https://github.com/yugasun/You-May-Not-Know-Vuejs
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