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Vue.js State Management with Vuex and TypeScript

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In Use TypeScript to Develop Vue.js Web Applications we’ve seen how TypeScript Vue apps development by creating class based components and using decorators.

This course will extend it, showing you how you can use Vuex with TypeScript in order to manage the state of your Vue app. We’ll see how to type-safe your store, organize the state in modules, modify it using mutations and actions and write Vuex plugins, all by creating a beer shop app throughout the course.

Learner Reviews

  • Michael Aramis
    a year ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    very concise, informative and clear, overall a great investment so far

  • Dusan
    2 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Alex covers really nice topics in this course. Well done!

  • Renoir Boulanger
    2 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Its great to see how to go around setting typings. Bring more of building components with typing in mind!

  • Thomas
    2 years ago
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    What would make this course a 7 for you?

    Great corse. Three improvement proposals:

    • Use slightly smaller fonts in editor (or slightly higher screen resolution)
    • Add an overview at the beginning and a summary at the end of each unit (to help the audience in following the content of the corse)
    • Improve the pronunciation (I am myself not a native english speaker and understand fully the problem. ;-)

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge Alex

  • Ali Anwar
    2 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Well organized, Easy to follow step by step and direct to the point, it makes it easy to understand how integrate Vuex using TypeScript into a project in practical way. Well done!

  • Joel
    2 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Very logical -- each step follows logically from the previous. Well thought out. Concise -- no extra rambling.

    One minor thing that would help: It goes so fast, that I have a hard time keeping up. If you could pause for a second or two after typing and before switching to another code file, I would have time to hit the video pause button and have a chance to catch up, typing-wise and thinking-wise. As it is, I'm constantly stopping, rewinding, scrubbing for the right spot a couple seconds earlier.

    Anyway, this is the only place I have found comprehensive teaching how to use Typescript with Vue.js. I have switched from JS to TS, and am almost incapable of going back to JS. If I did not have this course, I probably not be using Vue. Thank you!

Course Content

37m • 13 lessons

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