Reading the information is not enough, you must also display the information on your interface. This video shows how to load some HTML to do that and make sure you can add icons and links that use your router to continue building the application.
- [Tutor] So now it's time to show … the meeting information on this page. … Before we do that, I'm going to make sure that in app dot view … I'm passing along that information as a prop. … So, right now, all that information is going … into a variable called Meetings … and so I'm going to pass that down into the router … and then I need to make sure that in my Meetings component … that I receive it as a property. … So, we'll add meetings in here … and so now the meeting's informational … will be able to us in here … and we need to find a place to display it. … Now, I've created this special GiST for you … and I'm going to hit this Raw button to make it easier … to copy and then we'll just copy all of this … and this needs to go … right before this last GiST. … Right there. … So, just paste that and this is just some boot-strap code … that will display the list of elements. … So, we need to wire it up a little bit … and we're going to do that right here. … So, to do that, we're going to use a v-for statement. …
- Adding Firebase
- Setting up authentication with Firebase
- Reading dynamics snapshots
- Creating dynamic routes
- Displaying checked-in users
- Updating records
- Searching for data
- Creating security rules
Skill Level Intermediate
Building Laravel and Vue.js Web Appswith Michael Sullivan2h 47m Intermediate
1. Preparing Your App
2. Firebase Authentication
3. The Firestore Database
4. Finishing Up Your App
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