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Andy Leverenz
Andy Leverenz

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Let's build for Ruby and Rails developers - Part 12

In part 12 I continue rounding out our new job form using Vue.js. Since this is a multi-step form I wanted to create some visual cues giving the end user an idea of where they are in the process of posting a new job.

After this part I'll start focusing on getting stateful data in the mix for our Vue.js app. We'll render JSON back from the Rails app and hydrate the front-end using a central store to help us manage data as a new job gets created or changed.

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