Vue Vixens & Vue Raleigh Workshops!!

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North Carolina State University

· Raleigh, NC

How to find us

How to find us Daniels Hall is located on the north campus of NC State University. Park at the lot next to SAS Hall, accessed from Pullen Drive, and walk to the west on Stinson Drive past Poe Hall and the Park Shops. Daniels Hall will be on the right

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Details

Join Vue Vixens and Vue Raleigh for some awesome Vue Workshops!!

The Vue Vixens workshop (morning session) is for foxy people who identify as women

The Vue Raleigh workshop is open to everyone

Schedule:

10:00am Vue Vixens Workshop (mini skulk - for people who identify as women)

Vue Vixens’ mission is to create workshops to teach Vue.js in a cool and fun way to ‘foxy people who identify as women’.
Come learn the basics of Vue.js and learn how to quickly build an application. In this workshop, you will learn how to set up your Vue app with Vue CLI 3, components basics, perform simple REST API calls using Axios.

12:00pm Lunch time! (Everyone welcome!)

Everyone can join us for lunch (even if you are only attending afternoon workshop)
We will provide food from Guasaca- chips and salsa along with chicken, steak, mechada, pork and vegetarian arepas!! Lemonade and bottled water will be provided.

1:00pm Vue Raleigh Workshop (Everyone welcome!)

Vue Raleigh will provide a Vue.js workshop. Come learn how to use an event bus to handle application notifications in a standardized way and how to add automated accessibility testing to your Vue project.

The afternoon workshop will be a 1.0beta as it were, following along the Vue Vixen's mini-workshop by extending it with an event-based user notification feature. We'll also take a look at tooling in a local development environment, checking for accessibility using ESLint and enforcing these rules for GIT commits using Husky. You should be able to follow along with the notification feature coding in Code Sandbox, or a local dev environment, whatever you're comfortable with most. If you wish to follow along with the linting/git parts, you should familiarize yourselves with git enough to clone the repository, have npm available, and be prepared to work with code in your favorite editor.