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These Vue.js training resources will help frontend developers getting started in Vue, as well as improve your JavaScript skills, which will make you even more attractive to employers.

If you are looking for a new training resource for anything about JavaScript, you should definitely check out the materials on this list! Vue is one of the most popular frameworks for building interactive applications on the web. It’s a progressive framework that allows developers to start small and grow their knowledge as they need it. You can use Vue to build a variety of apps, including progressive web apps (PWAs) and single-page applications (SPAs).

Vue has gained a lot of popularity over the past few years because it’s very easy to get started with — even if you have no prior experience with JavaScript or other frontend technologies. While there are many resources out there for learning Vue, we’ve compiled all our favorites in this list so you don’t have to waste time searching around

Vue Mastery

vue-mastery ultimate learning resource for Vue developers

Vue Mastery is a paid training and learning resource for Vue.js developers. It offers a 7-day free trial, so you can see if it’s the right place for you before committing to pay.

I’ve found the course material to be very thorough, including videos that cover all of the basic fundamentals of Vue JS as well as more advanced topics such as PWA and Vuex.

Vue School

vue-school - Learn Vue.js and modern, cutting-edge front-end technologies from core-team members and industry experts with our premium tutorials and video courses.

Vue School is a great place to start learning Vue.js. It has a simple, beautiful and clean UI that makes it easy to learn the basics of Vue.js.

Vue School offers various courses including:

  • Getting Started With Vue — Learn the basics of Vue and develop your first application with this course!
  • Mastering Vue — Learn everything you need to know about mastering advanced concepts in building web apps with Vuelidate and Vuesax!

It also includes quizzes, exercises and examples so that you can really master what you’re learning throughout the course.


Udemy is the best place to learn Vue.js from scratch. They have multiple courses by various verified tutors with years of experience teaching Vue.js. Udemy has courses for beginners, intermediate developers and advanced developers. If you are an expert with Vuex, then Udemy has got you covered too!

Full Stack Vue Book by Hassan Djirdeh, Nate Murray

This book is for beginners and intermediate developers who want to learn how to build full-stack applications with Vue.js. It’s ideal for people who want to gain practical experience with Vue and get their feet wet in full-stack development by building and deploying real-world applications.

The book starts off by teaching the basics of Vue and then moves on to creating a complete time-tracking application using Laravel as a backend framework while using Stripe for payments. You’ll also learn how to deploy your finished application on Heroku web servers so that you can share it with everyone!


Just like learning almost anything else, YouTube is a great resource for getting started with learning about Vue JS. A lot of developers who work in developer relations and content creation take time to make really great and helpful content for most of the Vue JS concepts that exist. These videos come with code breakdown and in-depth explanations, you can get started by making a simple search of the concept you would like to learn about.

The Vue.js News

The Vue.js News is a great resource for learning about the latest news in the Vue ecosystem, from updates to events to the Vue community. The blog focuses on how to use Vue, but it also covers topics like community growth and development updates.

Official Vue Forums

Vue.js has some of the best documentation for any JavaScript framework out there. The docs ship with easy-to-follow instructions, code blocks and even examples you can copy and paste into your own code editor.

/r/vuejs on Reddit

Reddit is a social news platform where users can submit content, such as text posts or direct links, making it an ideal place to find questions and answers. It’s also an excellent resource for finding new and interesting content— as well as people and communities.

For example, if you’re looking for Vue JS tutorials, you could simply search for “Vue” on Reddit! If these aren’t enough for your needs, look under the “Ask a question” section at the top of each thread description—there may be even more links within! The community on /r/vuejs tends to be very helpful, so don’t be afraid to ask questions!

DEV Community & Medium Blogs

You can find many helpful Vue articles on the DEV community blogs and Medium articles. These two platforms have lots of developers who document their learning experiences and how-to guides for beginners like yourself to learn from and become better.

Vue Meetup Groups

vue-meetup is a site that contains information about VueJS Meetup Groups around the world. You can find out when and where each group meets, who organizes it, and how to get involved. You can also check event platforms local to you like Eventbrite—you will be surprised to see developer groups and meetups where Vue JS is taught and talked about.


These resources will be extremely helpful to you in learning all the necessary skills of Vue JS, and they will help guide you through the process. You’ll have so much fun doing it!

About the Author

Nwose Lotanna Victor

Nwose Lotanna Victor is a web technology enthusiast who documents his learning process with technical articles and tutorials. He is a freelance frontend web developer based in Lagos, Nigeria. Passionate about inclusion, community-building and movies in Africa, he enjoys learning new things and traveling.

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