Newsletter Issue #190View and discuss this issue online
Vuex is an essential tool in the Vue.js ecosystem. But developers new to Vuex may be repelled by jargon terms like "state management pattern" and confused as to what they actually need it for. Updated for Vue 3 & Vuex 4.
Discover modules to supercharge your Nuxt.js project. Created by the Nuxt team and community.
Learn the four principles of state management in modern Vue 3 applications: Embrace the Local State, Lift State Up, Utilize the Context Provider Pattern, and Use the SWR Cache Pattern.
Learn about the challenges the Composition API brought to Nuxt.js and the possibilities we got when the Nuxt team released the powerful @nuxtjs/composition-api module.
Learn unit testing, E2E testing, and continuous deployment with Vue in this comprehensive video course. Use this link for a $19 discount on access.
Sometimes you need to pre-populate your Vue.js application store before the app loads. This article covers three different approaches and their pros and cons.
Learn to build your first Ionic Vue app with this free video tutorial.
One of the advantages of the new Composition API is that now we have access to reactive features outside of components. Learn how to make a Vuex-style store using the Composition API in a to-do app.
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