Frameworks like Vue.js are still relatively new, as are the concepts behind component-driven development. We are all continually learning new component design concepts, and the sky's the limit. So get out there and start experimenting!
My name is Jeremy McPeak, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, thank you for watching!
1.Introduction1 lesson, 01:47
2.Advanced Basics2 lessons, 23:38
3.Customizing and Extending Components4 lessons, 34:53
3.1Using Slots to Facilitate Customization07:18
3.2Conditionally Displaying Slots03:28
3.4Improving Decorated Components12:20
4.Just Plain Cool Stuff3 lessons, 29:49
4.1Using Scoped Slots08:56
4.2Using the `render()` Method12:27
4.3Creating a Data Provider Component08:26
5.Conclusion1 lesson, 00:57
It's my hope that after watching this course you have a solid understanding of how to design and build advanced vue components. Frameworks like Vue js are still relatively new, as are the concepts behind component driven development. So to put it another way, all of this is still very new and we are all continually learning new component design concepts. Now I'm really interested in the idea of utility components. Naturally the most obvious use is an HTTP component that provides methods and properties or performing and tracking the state of HTTP requests. But i tell you, I am racking my brain for other utilities that would fit well as a component. One thing's for sure, the sky is the limit. Thank you so much for watching this course. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact me through Twitter or the tuts+ forums. From all of us here at tuts+, thank you and I will see you next time.