Vue.js Tutorial

Vue.js shares similar concepts to other popular JavaScript frameworks like Rivet.js, Ractive.js, Angular.js, and Knockout.js. These types of frameworks offter a structural outline for interactive web applications. Raw HTML acts as the templating language, while these frameworks extend the syntax to provide data binding and User Interface data modeling. Vue.js strives to make working with these types of frameworks as simple and functional as possible. Let’s go through a Vue.js tutorial to learn about how it works, and what it can offer us.

Creating a Vue Instance

Before we can do anything with Vue, we need to instantiate a new Vue instance, or View Model, which corresponds to a specific containing element in the dom. We already have a containing div, so we will assign that div the id of #myvueinstance, and use a css selector in the Vue instance to bind the two together.

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