Using Vuex axios get request example, we will see how we can dispatch an action to get the data from the server and then update the state of our application
Using Vuex axios get request, we will see how we can dispatch an action to get the data from the server and then update the state of our application and display that data into the Vue component. I am using Vue 3, Vuex for state management and Axios for client-side network request library to send an HTTP request. In this example, So let us start.
We start our project by installing the Vue.js using the Vue cli.
Vue js Axios Tutorial. We will see Vue axios post request, Vue js headers and Vue js get request. We will use Node.js as backend platform.
Axios HTTP client is promise based library for the browser and node.js. We can use Axios with React, Axios with Vue. Axios POST, GET Requests Example.
A quick set of examples to show how to send HTTP GET requests from Vue.js to a backend API using axios. This sends an HTTP GET request from Vue to the npm api to search for all vue packages using the query q=vue, then assigns the total returned in the response to the component data property totalVuePackages so it can be displayed in the component template.
A quick set of examples to show how to send HTTP POST requests from Vue.js to a backend API using axios. This sends an HTTP POST request to the Reqres api which is a fake online REST api that includes a generic /api/<resource> route that responds to POST requests for any <resource> with the contents of the post body and a dynamic id property. This example sends an article object to the /api/articles route and then assigns the id from the response to the vue component data property articleId so it can be displayed in the component template.