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5.1 Conclusion

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for coming along with me on this journey into the world of Vue.js. I hope you have enjoyed it, I know I have enjoyed presenting it to you and I hope you have begun to appreciate and understand the power that Vue.js has. Now, yes, you can build large scale, very complex applications with a framework such as Vue.js but often times it's beneficial to start with something very basic so you can get the building blocks and the fundamentals underneath you and just start to build on top of them. So learning how to do things like creating components, how to interact between components, how to pass data back and forth between them, how to interact with the DOM, how to bind to HTML attributes, and so on and so forth. These are all very basic fundamental things that are very important for you to learn, as you learn an new framework. Now before I let you go, I'm going to point you to some interesting and some useful documentation, so you can continue your journey into the world of Vue.js. Now yes, we have spent quite a bit of time going over the basics, but we have only scratched the surface when it comes to all the capabilities that you can have within Vue.js. So it's important for you to spend a lot of time over at vuejs.org to learn about all of the different things that you can do and everything that is upcoming. So I would definitely urge you to head over to vuejs.org, go under learn and follow the guide as well as the examples so you can see all the wonderful things that you can do inside their own documentation. Secondly, I would also like to point you over to the semantic-ui.com site, so you can keep up to date with all the happenings here. Now while Semantic UI was not what this course was specifically about, I feel that it is a very good user-interface framework that you can have in your back pocket and you can break it out at a moment's notice if you want to build larger scale applications. But it's also very beneficial if you just want to create some very quick proof of concepts to be able to quickly spin up an interesting user interface that has a lot of built-in elements that you can take advantage of. So, once again, I want to thank you for coming along with me on this journey. My name is Derek Jensen, and I can't wait to see you next time.

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