Vuex Concepts
Vuex Concepts
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Vuex Concepts

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Completed on 2016-07-08

About the Book

Vuex is an application architecture for centralized state management in Vue.js applications. It is inspired by Flux and Redux, but with simplified concepts and an implementation that is designed specifically to take advantage of Vue.js' reactivity system.

About the Authors

Daniel Schmitz
Daniel Schmitz

Daniel Schmitz is a software developer and writer. He's originally from Brazil and has published several books in Portuguese/English.

Table of Contents

  • I Introduction
    • 1. What is Vue.js?
    • 2. What is Flux?
    • 3. Why use it
    • 4. When to use it
    • 5. Basic concepts
  • II A complete example
    •  
      • 5.1 Creating the project
      • 5.2 Creating components
      • 5.3 Including Vuex
      • 5.4 Creating a state variable
      • 5.5 Creating mutations
      • 5.6 Creating Actions
      • 5.7 Creating getters
      • 5.8 Changing the Display component
      • 5.9 Changing the Increment component
      • 5.10 Testing the application
    • 6. Chrome vue-devtools
    • 7. Passing data through Vuex
    • 8. Dealing with Errors
    • 9. Working with async methods
    • 10. Notifying the user of the application state
    • 11. Using Vuex to control the waitMessage
  • III Modular Vuex

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