That said, I wanted to brush up quickly but I also didn’t want to spend any more money on subscriptions.
Hence, when I stumbled onto Vue School, I was very excited to see that they had an abundance of free courses designed for all levels. I encourage you to check them out at vueschool.io if you have a moment. I do not have an affiliation with them. This is simply a courtesy.
On my behalf I went ahead and did some of their tutorials – all of which were straightforward and under an hour to complete. It was well worth it!
Feel free to check out 2 articles I wrote with source code and demo attached regarding Vue components. The goal here was to get a grasp of reusable components and implement them in 5 steps or less.
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Line 13: the prop passed in as a string (e.g. my profile name).
We’ve now created a reusable component which is dynamic enough to apply a Bootstrap card by passing in the Github profile as a prop. This will use Github’s API to make a call on their end which will print the profile data to the card.