If you're trying to learn frontend programming Todo Lists won't cut it.

You end up getting frustrated learning from personal-branding pirates who care more about clicks than you learning something. I've been there, and it's miserable. To truly learn something, you have to fail. Or, at least, watch someone else fail, repeatedly. I got you.

What if I told you that in 2 weeks from now, you could create a fully functional Vue 3.0 application?

JavaScript client frameworks are powerful and help you create an amazing experience for your end user. Unfortunately, learning how to use them sucks.
It doesn't matter how long you've been programming, either! I've been at this for over 20 years and learning frontend frameworks has been the hardest thing I've ever had to do.
Failure is Good. Failure is Right.
I'm proud to admit that I have failed a ton in my career, and I kinda like it. Especially when people are watching and I get to make a fool of myself publicly. No, I'm not joking and yes, I might have a problem. 

The thing is this: people want you to succeed and when they see you struggle, they know you're trying and will often pitch in to help. This is the atmosphere I'm trying to create with this production - not another polished demo which you'll forget in a week.

You get over 12 hours of an episodic build process.

Watching someone else code is fun, but let's be honest: you have things to do! I've edited and trimmed the video walkthrough to keep a good pace and make sure things are interesting. It's like Netflix, but with code.

OK, but what about...

I'll be focusing on Vue 3, Nuxt 3, and Vuetify in the video walkthrough - just a few of the tools you'll want to know as you build out your frontend dev chops. But there are so, so many more things that go into this. 

For instance: what about testing? What if you don't want to build out your API yourself and, instead, want to use a canned backend like Supabase or Firebase

Good news - I added that too.

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