The popular Vue.js framework is becoming an essential tool for web designers. If you want to extend your Vue.js skills quickly, then check out our brand new short course, A Designer’s Guide to Vue.js Components.
In the last part of this series we got Vue up and running, and addressed some of the questions beginners might ask.
In the introductory post for this series we spoke a little about how web designers can benefit by using Vue. In this tutorial we’ll learn how to get Vue up and running, whilst answering some initial questions you may have.
Let’s set the scene. You’ve been building websites for a few years now. You started back before React became a big deal, and jQuery was still popular.