Intro to Mirage with Nuxt
2:03
Nuxt + Mirage - From Install to first API Endpoint
10:34
Mirage with Nuxt - a Warning about Universal Mode
1:53
Fixing Data Discrepancies between server and Mirage
5:56
Mirage Route Shorthands
1:49
Data Relationships in MirageJS
5:06
More Data Relationships in Mirage
9:33
Loading Data Once with Middleware - working with Mirage and SPA Mode
5:52
CRUD for Admin page -- normalizing data for Mirage Post and Put
11:32
MirageJS Endpoints for Nuxt Auth
13:56
Mirage Serializer's keyForAttribute
5:03
Mirage and the Mark Played button
2:22
Mocking S3 Uploads with Mirage
4:08
Removing Tags from Mirage
1:06
Mirage + Nuxt Conclusion (for now)
1:10
0% done with Mirage with Nuxt

Intro to Mirage with Nuxt

Mirage is a tool that let you build new frontend features even when the backend API doesn't yet exist. It does this by mocking out the backend API.

The requirements for this course are that you have some Mirage knowledge - either through the previous Mirage course or through using it in your own app - and that you have some Nuxt knowledge. Knowledge of the app we're building is helpful but not required.

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