Vue.js Books You Have to Read

You can't master Programming just by reading books, but it will surely help you get started. Have a look at some of our preferred Vue.js Books to dive 🏊 into your new favourite Framework!

The entries are sorted by new, not by preference as every one of you will need a different focus when learning Vue.js.

If you think I'm missing an essential entry on this list - just leave a comment or send me an email (armin@nifty.at)!

The Vue Handbook (free)

Flavio Copes put together a free 120-pages e-book full of Vue.js Essentials. Additionally, you’ll get his Vue Cheat Sheet, a printable reference for the most important directives, properties and methods to get started!

published 06/26/2018, updated with reader feedback

The Vue Handbook Free E-Book about Vue.js Essentials
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Fullstack Vue

Fullstack.io added a Vue.js Guide to their collection of awesome developer ressources! It's a very practical book written by Hassan Djirdeh that will get you coding in no time. You can also buy additional screencasts for more in-depth guidance.

We especially love that the guide will be updated regularly to keep it up-to-date.

published 03/21/2018, continually updated

Fullstack Vue The Complete Guide to Vue.js
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Full-Stack Vue.js 2 and Laravel 5

This book will help you put together the building blocks of development. Frontend & Backend. Vue.js, Vuex, Laravel, Webpack, VueRouter, Passport,.. learn how to use it all together in a single app.

published 12/28/2017

Full-Stack Vue.js 2 and Laravel 5 Bring the Frontend and Backend together with Vue, Vuex, and Laravel
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Vue.js 2 Web Development Projects

While also covering all the basics to help you publish your own apps with Vue.js, this book also gives you advice on important "side-issues" like SEO, build tools and preprocessors, SSR, UX and animations. It gives valuable directions for (new-ish) developers, guiding through the process of building 6 different applications from scratch.

published 11/30/2017

Vue.js 2 Web Development Projects Learn Vue.js with this guide that shows you how to build 6 different web apps
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Vue.js 2 and Bootstrap 4 Web Development

This book will help you to understand the structure of Bootstrap 4 and how to integrate it with Vue.js. If you don't really have experience with the two frameworks, this book is a good starting point. It will also show you how to test your app and how to deploy it using Firebase – so you'll be able to create & publish your first app quickly.

published 07/29/2017

Vue.js 2 and Bootstrap 4 Web Development Build Responsive SPAs with Bootstrap 4, Vue.js 2, and Firebase
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The Majesty of Vue.js 2

The second and updated version of "The Majesty of Vue.js" is directed to developers new to the framework and those who want to migrate to Vue.js 2. Through easy-to-follow examples and exercises you will learn to apply the concepts presented in the book.

published 07/20/2017

The Majesty of Vue.js 2 Learn Vue.js 2 from scratch
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Vue.js 2 Cookbook

The Vue.js Cookbook delivers solutions to common problems when developing with Vue.js. It also dives into the fundamentals of Vue.js (reactivity, data-binding, component-based structure,..)

published 04/28/2017

Vue.js 2 Cookbook A book on how to build modern, interactive web applications with Vue.js
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Learning Vue.js 2

This book serves as an introduction to reactive web apps with Vue.js. It starts with basics like the importance of MVVM architecture and an overview of the framework.

published 12/13/2016

Learning Vue.js 2 Learn how to build amazing and complex reactive web applications easily with Vue.js
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