Raymond Camden works in DevRel and plays with serverless, JS, web standards, and cat demos. He is the author of many books, a blogger, and presenter. He can be reached at his blog.
Moving from using Vue.js on the web to native iOS and Android is exciting, full of power, but also has its pitfalls. Learn some lessons from Raymond Camden as he describes some tips and tricks he learned on his journey with NativeScript-Vue.
In part two of this blog series on routing in NativeScript-Vue apps, Raymond Camden looks at more advanced routing techniques like tab- and frame-based routing.
Routing in NativeScript-Vue is a little different than Vue.js on the web. In part one of this guest blog series, Raymond Camden dives into the different ways you can route with Vue.js, including some new (and old) methods.
Raymond Camden shows us the variety of ways you can store client-side data in your NativeScript app.
In his previous article, Raymond Camden discussed how to use Vuex in a NativeScript app. Vuex is a pretty complex topic, so this article adds more detail (and corrects the glaring mistake of not including any cats!).
In this article I'm going to demonstrate adding Vuex to a NativeScript-Vue application, but even better, I'll give a basic introduction to Vuex and describe why you may use it.
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