What is the Theme you are using for VisualStudio Code?
I would probably NOT recommend to use mutations directly EVER. Especially in use cases when after calling commit you rely on computed property which is updated based on the state change by that commit. That computed property doesn't need to be evaluated at that time yet.
That was cool, thank you!
Erik, are you just using vim in vscode? Love the editing speed, but I couldn't find a video on your shortcut and keyboard vs. mouse setup. I can't seem to make vim in vscode work as a daily workflow. It's vscode or neovim so far for me. Any thoughts?
Why use getters in such a simple case? I thought getters are meant to be use in similar cases as computed, that is when we need to compute derived state.
Would like to see more of this refactoring videos on vue2x. such as watchers, hooks, transitions, ajax calls and error handling with axios.
I think we can also do mapGetters , mapActions, mapState and mapMutation from "vuex"
Love this video! Following along as you make changes where you provide the WHY behind the changes is like pairing and learning with a senior coder! Thank you!
I like the sound of your keyboard. <3 When the music start at the end I thought your cell phone was ringing xD
Please create a video like this but with vuex modules. May be with ts support. Like my comment so Erik will see it
sorry, those were very commonplace things. I respect your creativity. Want something more interesting
Do the plan to separate the store like you would in components by features like counter and all the getters action and mutations that related to the same thing. And you can out the in different files...
Great to see how to simply the code. One question though. How would I use map Mutations with a payload?
Thanks for this vid, Erik.
IMO, Vuex (namespaced) Modules is also worth taking a closer look at...
What extension do you use to make the this look phosphorescent? Thanks for the content