© Bryan Lim and Richard LaFranchi 2019
B. Lim, R. LaFranchiVue on Railshttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5116-4_3

3. Model, Vue, and Controller

Bryan Lim1  and Richard LaFranchi2
Singapore, Singapore
Boulder, CO, USA

Requirements are not architecture. Requirements are not design, nor are they user interface. Requirements are needs.

—Hunt and Thomas

This chapter kickstarts your Vue knowledge by covering the essential parts of Vue.js. It starts with the most common Vue features, which are divided into two categories: common core features and tools features. It then transitions to Vue components on Rails project and covers various approaches to passing data within a Vue on Rails project.

The Vue Instance and Other Vue Properties

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