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Stefano Bartoletti • Edited

I studied Vue last spring with an in-depth course, while here in Italy we had a lockdown, and I can totally relate with your excitement: it is indeed an awesome framework, its learning curve is very fast and one can start to create nice and functional things very quickly.

Such rapid feedback is also an encouragement to keep learning, at least in my case: in fact, after Vue, i also took a course about Nuxt, which builds and improves over Vue itself, adding many "quality of life" improvements and automating some things that would have been done manually, the main example being routing.

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Michelle Mannering Author

Yep we're in full lockdown here in Melbourne. Allowed outside for 1 hour per day for exercise, so I feel you. Learning is a great thing to be doing during this time.

Super glad to hear learning is helping you too :)

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Stefano Bartoletti

The cool thing about studying code stuff is that everything you learn gives room to at least two new technologies that sooner or later you want to delve into as well.
Lockdown, we don't fear you 😂

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Michelle Mannering Author

100% agree with you there.