Vue JS Tutorial
It provides data-reactive components with a simple and flexible API. The framework is laid down for fast pick up and integrates very well with other libraries/databases. Vue provides a simple but efficient way of making 2-way data binding between HTML and model in real time.
Topics to be covered
We will cover the following topics in this lesson
- Lesson Prerequisites
- VueJS Average Annual Salary
- Jobs Available for VueJS Developers
- Big Companies that use VueJS
- What applications can you developing using VueJS?
- What you will learn in this course for beginners
For you to successfully complete this lesson, you should have the following requirements
- NodeJS - if you need to work with Vue CLI then you need to have node in your development machine.
According to ZipRecruiter, the average annual salary for a VueJS Developer is $116,913/year. That works out at an average monthly salary of $9,742.72. VueJS does not exist alone in the wild so you will obviously need to have other skillsets such as HTML, CSS, and may be some backend technologies tool like PHP, Python etc. The average salary also depends on the country, company, year of experience etc.
The following are some of the major job categories for Vue developers
- Frontend Developer - in this role, you will solely focus on frontend technologies
Depending on your other skillsets and experience, you can work as Junior or Senior Developer / Engineer.
The following are some of the big companies that use and hire VueJS Developers
Of course there are thousands of companies that use Vue worldwide but we just wanted to mention a few of them in this section.
Vue is mostly used to create interactive web applications. You can create applications in the following categories
- Games - You can create online games that use Vue for the Frontend. You can view an example of a Vue Snake Game here
- Web Applications - This could be an online invoicing application, projetc management tools etc.
- Websites - You can create normal websites using Vue
- Mobile Apps - You can also create mobile applications using frameworks like NativeScript
We will cover the following topics in this course
- Computed Properties
- Watch Property
- Transitions and Animations
- Vue CLI