Building a frontend in Vue is an easy and exciting process. It is not only about the basics, but developing also involves architectural brainstorms, agile refactoring and vision of microservices. We love Vue and we are proud to offer both Vue and Vue Storefront training to the developer community.
We have already helped more than a dozen companies with getting started with Vue development (including Vuex, Apollo and Magento ingrations) plus Vue Storefront development. With our experiments, our in-depth course material and our thorough explanation, we offer you the best introduction to Vue e-commerce.
Unfortunately, at this moment, there are no trainings of this type scheduled in our agenda. However, we are always busy with more, so make sure to check out our online agenda for more options. Alternatively, if you would be interested in a custom in-company training, feel free to contact us. We are happy to organize an in-house or online training for you.
We are also working hard to make this training available as an On-Demand training: Online videos, full student notes, lab exercises at your own pace, plus guidance from the teacher. Sign up for our informative newsletter to learn about the progress.
We have already gathered numerous code samples for Vue and Vue Storefront on our GitHub account for training samples: A Vue playground, a Magento 2
Yireo_ExampleDealers module that integrates into the Vue Storefront middleware layer and PWA and more is yet to come: https://github.com/yireo-training
We are proud to be an official partner of Vue Storefront when it comes to training and education. Our portfolio includes both Vue basic training and Vue Storefront Next training (for Shopware 6 developers) Vue Storefront 1 training (for Magento 1 and 2 developers). Already, we have organized a Vue Storefront hackathon together with Vendic and we promise you, more is yet to follow.
Originally, Yireo has started as a PHP-oriented agency and in that, Laravel played a vital role. Currently, we still build PHP apps using Laravel, Slim and Zend Expressive. And it is exciting to see that the Laravel distribution has chosen Vue to drive its AJAX-oriented pages and handle dynamic content in a slick way, thanks to VueJS.