Getting Started with Vue.js
Before getting started with building a website with Vue.js, you must install the framework. This can be done with a package manager such as NPM or Yarn, or by downloading the standalone Vue.js file. Once the framework is installed, components must be created in order to structure the website.
Dynamic content can be added to the website using data binding. This links data from one component to another, so that any changes in the data are automatically updated in both components. This allows for dynamic pages that are always up to date.
The Vue.js router library allows for the creation of routes for the website, which is how the user navigates through the pages. The router library provides a way to create routes using components and data binding, making it easy to create a website with multiple pages connected together.
Vue.js includes a library of components that can be used to create interactive elements on the website. These components can be used to create forms, menus, and other elements, making the website more engaging for the user.
Once the website is built, it needs to be deployed. Vue.js can be deployed to a number of different platforms, such as AWS, Heroku, and Netlify. Each platform has its own deployment process, so you’ll need to research the best option for your website.