Introduction to Filip, VueStorefront, early adoption of the Composition API, and our example app
4:56
BONUS - Vue 2 Composition API plugin vs Vue 3 Composition API implementation
4:20
Why We Need Reactivity
1:59
Ref and Reactive - key parts of the Composition API's Reactivity System
6:21
BONUS - Vue 2 'gotcha' with pulling functions out of setup
2:34
Composition API
5:04
Instance vs Global State with composable functions and the Composition API
5:08
Async Fetch Composable Function (example)
5:54
Composition API in VueStorefront Source Code
8:13
BONUS - How VueStorefront Next is Organized (overview)
11:10
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Ref and Reactive - key parts of the Composition API's Reactivity System

Ref and Reactive are two key parts of the Composition API’s Reactivity System. We show both of them working with our example.

Reactive is similar to Vue.observable in Vue 2.6.

Ref works by building an object with a single key-value pair.

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