Ryan Chenkie has a new tutorial on Scotch.io on how to build an app with Vue.js.
Vue is a library that focuses heavily on the ViewModel—the two-way data bindings that tie what we see and interact with on the screen with the application’s data model. In this way (and as stated on the Vue.js website), the library is “not a full-blown framework – it is designed to be a view layer that is simple and flexible”.
For many use cases this is awesome because it means we can get the benefits of a single page(ish) application without the overhead that can come with using larger frameworks.
Ryan’s tutorial is about building a simple events bulletin board application that will allow users to add and remove events.
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