Vue is easily one of the most exciting additions to the front-end world in many years. With its intuitive API, and the fact that it can be applied to any type of application, it's no wonder why folks have gravitated to it as much as they have. If you'd like to jump on board, let me show you, step by step, exactly what you need to know. It's the best way to learn Vue!
Webpack is the most powerful and flexible asset compilation tool available today. With that power, however, comes a certain level of complexity. That's where Laravel Mix steps in. Intended for the 80% usecase, Mix wraps around webpack to make most commonly desired build tasks a cinch to activate. In this series, as the maintainer of Laravel Mix, I'll teach you everything you need to know - from the basics, to advanced configuration.
How in the world are we supposed to unit test Vue components? Is it even possible? Why, yes. Yes it is! I'll show you the full process, step by step. Not only will you learn the necessary tooling, but we'll also review the ins and outs of testing your client-side code. Have you ever wanted to use TDD for your Vue components? I'll show you how.
As you continue building new projects, you'll find yourself reaching for the same crop of components over and over again. Most websites require modals, dropdowns, tooltips, and more. While you can certainly use a UI framework, let's instead learn how to construct these components (and more) from scratch.