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The Complete Vue Js Course

Course

THE COMPLETE VUE JS COURSE

Category

Vue JS Computer Courses

Eligibility

Graduates and Technology Aspirants

Mode

Online and Offline Classes

Batches

Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

45 Days

Vue JS Objectives

•Learn how to work with Vue JS.
•See how to build a Vue JS code.
•How to create an Vue JS project from scratch.
•Learn how to handle errors and exceptions in Vue JS.
•You will know how to design Vue JS from scratch.
•Learn how to get a Job as a Vue JS developer .
•Learn How to code in Vue JS in simple and easy way.
•You will be able to do web development projects on your own.
•Get to know tips and tricks to work more quickly and effectively in Vue JS.

the complete vue js course Course Highlights

•24 × 7 = 365 days supportive faculty
• First step to landing an entry-level job
•Real time live project training and Guidance
•Trainer support after completion of the course
•We hire Top Technical Trainers for Quality Sessions
•Repeating of lectures allowed (based on seat availability)
•Every class will be followed by practical assignments which aggregates to minimum 60 hours.
•We do Schedule the sessions based upon your comfort by our Highly Qualified Trainers and Real time Experts

Who are eligible for Vue JS

•.net Developer, Business Analysis, Software Testing, Software Development, Linux Administration, java, Automation Testing, hybris, qtp, lamp, css, xml, manual
•HR, HR Manager, Human Resource Manager, HR Generalist, Cognos, BI Developer, OBIEE, Tableau, qlikview, Data Modeling, Dimensional Modeling, Asp.net
•Java/J2EE, Springs, API, REST/, MySQL, Java, Admin UI developer with HTML/JavaScript/Ember.js, Java Enterprise Integration/ESB/API Management experts with Mule
•Qa Testers / Developers, Full Stack Developers – Backend / Frontend, Power Bi, Market Intelligence
•SQL Developer, Oracle Developer, Tibco, Datawarehousing, Automation Testing, Websphere Admin, Weblogic Support, Python, Netezza, Actuate, Hadoop

THE COMPLETE VUE JS COURSE Topics

IDE
•Don’t know ES6 ? ..watch this.
•The basics
•Starting with VUE JS
•The EL and the DATA
•Using Methods
•Directives
•Conditional rendering
•Using Loops
•Rendering and Re-rendering
•Working with Events
•Arguments and modifiers
•Keyboard events
•Using the V-Model
•Style and Classes
•Computed and watchers
•Using shorthands
•More on the Vue instance
•Refs
•Mounting and unmounting
•The importance of Lifecycles
•Practice project one: Who pays the bill ?
•Creating the instance and adding names
•Pills and buttons
•Getting results
•Finishing the app
•Vue and Node Js
•Installing NODE JS – MAC users
•Installing NODE JS – WINDOWS users
•Using the CLI to generate templates
•Starting a new project
•Using components
•Adding styles to components
•Vue js PROPS
•Updating PROPS
•From child to child
•Using Slots
•Using Slots..continued
•Advance usage
•Working with Forms
•Working with Forms 2
•Working with Forms 3
•Dynamic components
•Custom directives
•Custom directives..continued
•Local custom directives
•Transitions and animations.
•How transitions work
•Using transitions
•Transition custom classes
•JS animations
•Group transitions
•Transitions OnLoad
•Filters
•Mixins
•VUE Resource
•Getting to know Vue resource
•Get and Post
•Using configurations
•Using Vue Resource – Resource
•Practice project two: Domnoo
•Installation and setup
•Header and Footer
•Creating a sidedrawer
•Adding a carrousel
•Menu buttons
•Adding firebase and products
•Finishing menu
•Scroll reveal
•Creating the animation
•Finishing the animation
•Creating the newsletter
•Finishing the newsletter
•Deploy to production
•Vue ROUTES
•Using routes
•Linking and params
•Nested routes
•Naming routes
•Active and not found links
•Scroll behaviour
•Route guards
•VUEX
•Getters
•Mutations
•Actions
•Modules
•Mapstate
•Namespaces
•Authentication
•Auth intro and setup
•How tokens work
•Sign up users
•Finishing sign up users
•Sign in and sign out users
•Fixing header links
•Preventing routes
•Autosign users
•Getting user information
•Practice project three: Gamespot
•Adding a slider
•Finishing slider
•Adding home content
•Creating the login section
•Login user and dispatching actions
•Login validation
•Finishing login
•Header links, Logout and guards
•Auto refresh token
•Better route guards
•Creating dashboard routes
•Adding the admin posts form
•Finishing admin posts form layout
•Dispatching actions for the admin post
•Image upload
•Clearing admin posts image
•Fetching home posts
•Load more
•Admin posts list view
•Admin posts lists view …continued
•Finishing admin posts lists view
•Adding a 404 page
•ES6
•CONST AND LET
•CONST AND LET: Scope
•CONST AND LET: Real life example
•Exercise one
•Exercise one – solution
•Exercise two
•Exercise two – solution
•Template strings or Template literals
•Template strings or Template literals 2
•Template strings or Template literals 3
•Template strings or Template literals 4
•ForEach Helper
•ForEach Helper 2
•ForEach Helper 3
•ForEach exercise
•ForEach exercise – Solution
•Map helper
•Map helper 2
•Map helper exercise one
•Map helper exercise one – Solution
•Map helper exercise two
•Map helper exercise two – Solution
•Filter helper
•Filter helper 2
•Filter helper exercise one
•Filter helper exercise one – solution
•Filter helper exercise two
•Filter helper exercise two – solution
•Find helper
•Find helper 2
•Every & Some helper
•Every & Some helper 2
•Reduce helper
•Reduce helper 2
•Reduce helper exercise one
•Reduce helper exercise one – solution
•Reduce helper exercise two
•Reduce helper exercise two – solution
•For…of helper
•Fat arrow functions
•Fat arrow functions 2
•Fat arrow functions exercise
•Fat arrow functions exercise – solution
•Object literals
•Object literals 2
•Object literals exercise one
•Object literals exercise one – solution
•Default arguments
•Default arguments exercise one
•Default arguments exercise one – solution
•Rest operator
•Spread operator
•Rest and Spread exercise one
•Rest and Spread exercise one – solution
•Rest and Spread exercise two
•Rest and Spread exercise two – solution
•Classes
•Classes 2
•Classes 3
•Classes 4
•Destructuring
•Destructuring 2
•Destructuring 3
•Destructuring 4
•Promises and Fetch
•Promises and Fetch 2
•Promises and Fetch 3
•Promises and Fetch 4
•Strings and Numbers
•Strings and Numbers 2
•Modules 2
•Modules 3
•Generators
•Generators 2
•Generators 3
•Generators 4
•Generators 5
•Generators 6
•Using Sets
•Iterating sets
•Using Map
•Map methods