Chapter 1. Introducing Vue.js

This chapter covers

  • Exploring the MVC and MVVM design patterns
  • Defining a reactive application
  • Describing the Vue lifecycle
  • Evaluating the design of Vue.js

Interactive websites have been around for a long time. During the beginning of the Web 2.0 days in the mid-2000s, a much larger focus was put on interactivity and engaging users. Companies such as Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube were all created during this time. The rise of social media and user-generated content was changing the web for the better.

Developers had to keep up with these changes to allow more interactivity for the end user and early on, libraries and frameworks started making interactive websites easier to build. In 2006, jQuery was released ...

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