As you continue building new projects, you'll find yourself reaching for the same crop of components over and over again. Most websites require modals, dropdowns, tooltips, and more. While you can certainly use a UI framework, let's instead learn how to construct these components (and more) from scratch.
So the user clicks a link, and the page smoothly scrolls to your desired section. It's a common enough need. Let's wrap this functionality in a reusable Vue component, called ScrollLink. View the source code for this episode on GitHub.
Next up, we'll create a typical context menu that can be referenced anywhere on your site. You've surely seen these on countless sites, including Facebook and Twitter. View the source code for this episode on GitHub.
A common need is to display a block of HTML only when another block is hidden from the viewport. In fact, this technique is used in a number of places around the Laracasts website. You'll be happy to hear that it's quite easy to accomplish. View t...
Our next practical Vue component is, of course, the ubiquitous modal. In this episode, we'll migrate and enhance the code from the CSS-only modals lesson. Once working, we'll then learn how to extract the code to a custom Vue plugin. View the sour...
Next up on the agenda is flexible confirmation buttons and dialogs. Among other things, this will offer us a chance to review event dispatchers and promises. View the source code for this episode on GitHub.
Our next practical Vue component offers us an easy way to dynamically load and tweak inline SVGs on the fly. View the source code for this episode on GitHub.
Next up, we have the common tabs Vue component. There are a hundred and one different ways to construct these, but let's review one path you might consider. View the source code for this episode on GitHub.