Do you ever think about UX for browser button navigation in your Vue.js apps? Many developers mistakenly assume that this kind of navigation is the same as hyperlink navigation when in fact it can be quite different.
In this week’s article I look at how we can set up smooth and predictable UX when moving back and forward between pages using the browser buttons.
In other news, did anyone else notice there’s a lot of great content about Vue.js this week? It was hard to pick the best six news items! My favorite article, though, was the tutorial on Vue and Weex. I’m sure Weex will be big in the future so now’s a good time to see what it can do!
When building single-page Vue applications many developers forget to create good UX for browser button navigation. In this article we look at how we can set up smooth and predictable UX when moving back and forward between pages using nav buttons.
Weex still has a lot of rough edges. This tutorial will not end a deployable production app. You will, however, see a simple Weex Vue2.0 app working on the browser and on your phone. And that’s a pretty good milestone.