Join Michael Sullivan for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding execution flow, part of Learning Vue.js.
- [Instructor] Now we'll take a brief look…at the order in which HTML elements and scripts…are processed by the browser,…and what the implications are for…the way we need to structure our pages.…Here we see a sort of skeleton that we can use to play with,…and we can say that a view instance…will be mounted on the element with ID app.…In simple terms, that means that view is gonna create…its own version of this div in memory and then use it…to replace this one when its done updating it.…
But in this case, we're not binding any data…or anything else to that element.…The version that view will produce is identical…to the one that's there now…and it doesn't even have to replace it at all.…What I wanna point out is that the order…of all these things is important.…If I take a look at this page in Chrome,…it's blank as you would expect.…But that doesn't mean that nothing happened at all.…Pressing F12 opens up the developer tools,…and if I click on the console tab,…I can see that view logged a message to the console…inviting us to download the dev tools extension,…
- Adding Vue to a webpage
- Thinking declaratively with data binding
- Methods and event handling
- Adding dynamic style and class attributes
- Using CSS transitions and animations
- Using Vue components
- Vue CLI
Skill Level Intermediate
Web Programming Foundationswith Morten Rand-Hendriksen58m 44s Beginner
What you should know1m 29s
1. The Simplest Form
2. Essential Directives, Options, and Tools
3. Enhancing User Interfaces
4. Vue Components
Next steps2m 32s
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