Gestión del estado en una aplicación Vue3

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En Vue moderno tenemos muchas opciones de cómo crear y compartir estado entre múltiples componentes. En este masterclass escribiremos una aplicación utilizando todos los enfoques: Vuex, hooks de la API de composición y Pinia.

121 min
04 Jul, 2022
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