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Top 4 tutorials to start with Vue.js for scratch

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    We at Netural are using Vue.js starting a vue years ago (since version ~0.11) below you can find our top 4 resources to let our juniors begin with Vue.js. You won’t regret it either.

    1. Guide


    I’m serious the guide in the official documentation of vue.js is one of the best places to look at starting with Vue. One of our junior developers asked really basic questions every hour as he started working with it instead of looking it up in the docs. We’ve sat him down with a headphone on and Guide for one hour. Guess what: Questions reduced to a minimum and were way more specific and hard to answer because he understood Vue and the concepts!

    2. Academind Vue.js

    Academind Vue.js Courses

    If you’re looking for a way to easily learn the core concepts of Vue or simply want to understand state management with Vuex this is the place to look for. Academind has multiple great articles and videos covering topics for beginner and experienced Vue developers. You can stay updated by subscribing to their newsletter so you won’t miss new tutorials which will for sure help you.

    3. Laracasts tutorial - vuejs step by step

    Laracast Vue.js

    Yes - that’s right. The website for laravel and PHP tutorials is an amazing source of knowledge for Vue. With their step-by-step tutorial, you should be able to jump right into Vue in no time. Starting with basics of data binding, components exercises and also testing your Vue application. The amazing thing about it – the 33 lessons are free.


    Eggheadio Community entry for Vue

    We do love Egghead and we do love their community section. Greg Thoman you will also be guided through the setup of a basic Vue.js Component, creating filters, conditional rendering, and dynamic components.


    You may have already seen all the resources above, if you found another good resource - drop it in the comments down below - we’re always looking for more resources to keep our team up2date.