Vue.js Course Blog

Detailed write-up of the various technical topics introduced in the screencast series. Each one corresponds to a screencast. You can keep up to date via RSS.

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Implement formulas for the spreadsheet..
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Creating a Vue powered spreadsheet interface.
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Plan out the data structures and engine for a simple spreadsheet.
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Explore Vue's Virtual DOM with a recusive algorithm.
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Use provide and inject to accomplish dependency injection.
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Implement drag and drop and create a GraphQL mutation.
25
Render the kanban columns, and learn to use the new v-model API.
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Set up Vite. Query the API with a reactive store.
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Build a GraphQL API using type-graphql and TypeORM.
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Explore relationships and joins with TypeORM.
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Create an API powered by TypeORM.
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Write a thin integration layer for a framework-agnostic library.
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Learn to separate core logic from framework integrations.
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A framework for consistency in your Vuex store.
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Build a useModal composition hook using <teleport> and a ES6 Proxy.
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Build a Storybook-like UI environment using Vite.
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Make your app faster with Vue 3's new Async Component API.
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Use Rollup to bundle your library for multiple targets.
13
Learn the difference between user centic and component centric tests.
12
Learn about Vue 3's new core component, Teleport (aka Portal).
11
Configure webpack to build .vue files, TypeScript, and run a dev server.
10
A introduction to Vue 3's Suspense feature, and best practices when testing it.
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Learn how jest transformers work, and write one to load Vue 3 components.
8
Refactor and leverage Jest to add a new feature without compromising our test suite.
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See the new version of Vue Test Utils, and some best practices for component tests.
6
Build a custom renderer using the new @vue/runtime-dom, part of Vue 3's new module design..
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Move a component written in JS and the Options API to TypeScript and the Composition API.
4
Implement a Vue Test Utils like framework from scratch.
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Build your own Vuex for Vue 3 from scratch using the new reactivity API.
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Refactor the SimplePassword component, separating the business and UI logic.
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Build a reusable function for testing components.

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