This walkthrough goes over what you get when you install the CLI project with routing so that you can understand how things work, where things go, and how to modify the project when you're ready to customize things.
let's take a look at what we get when we install projects … with the Vue CLI. … Now, if you're familiar with Vue.js projects … you may want to skip this part … but I really like to talk about how things are laid out … so that we're on the same page about our project. … Now, when you begin a Vue.js project, … the first thing you want to do … and then you can also run an npm run build … and it's going to build the project and minify … or make all the files smaller for production. … And let's go ahead and run that. … We've got a browser open right here. … So, whenever this is done right here … then we can open up that address on our browser. … So, it'll be localhost 8080. … And you should begin each chapter with this already done. … So, beginning the npn run serve command. … So, I'm going to close up my terminal … and here's the application that we get … when we install Vue.js. … It has two pages, … this page right here which is the home page … and then this other about page which is very simple. …
- 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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