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3.1 Conclusion

Migrating an application from jQuery to Vue.js can be a daunting task. But doing so can make reading, understanding, and maintaining code much easier. It also makes DOM updates so much easier: we just need to change the state of a component in order to trigger a DOM update. Ultimately, Vue.js makes it easier to write web applications.

My name is Jeremy McPeak, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, thank you for watching!

1.Introduction
1 lesson, 01:41

1.1
Introduction
01:41

2.Migrating From jQuery to Vue.js
4 lessons, 42:33

2.1
Why Change?
14:33

2.2
Forms
09:09

2.3
Converting jQuery Plugins
11:36

2.4
Wrapping a jQuery Plugin
07:15

3.Conclusion
1 lesson, 01:02

3.1
Conclusion
01:02


3.1 Conclusion

Migrating an application from jQuery to Vue.js, can be a daunting task. I mean, hello, how much jQuery-based code have you written? But doing so can most definitely be worth it. For one, and I've said this many times, but you get to take advantage of Vue's declarative syntax. It really does make reading, understanding, and maintaining code much easier. But then, you get to introduce state. Now, not everything needs state. But Vue makes it easy to add state to a component without having to muddle around in the dom. State is memory, and it can trigger automatic dom updates with minimal code. Ultimately, Vue.js makes it easier to write web applications, and it should. It's a much newer framework. Thank you so much for watching this course. If you have any questions, 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.

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