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Power Up With Pure CSS Images & Vue.js to Make Fun Apps

Power up your pure CSS skills with the popular, powerful, and approachable Vue.js framework

About This Course

After the successful launch of the Daily CSS Images challenge, I was blown away by what people were able to start making and the great feedback. Since the launch, I’ve noticed that as participants get more comfortable with pure CSS images, there is a craving to learn more. Once I started to see this feedback, I busted my butt to create this course.

This course was created to teach the basics of the Vue.js framework so you can start making fun apps that incorporate pure CSS images. Whether you are just starting the Daily CSS Images challenge or nearing completion, this course is a perfect supplement to expand your learning!

Design-Focused Content
This course teaches you everything you need to know to start making fun apps. This course has a specific emphasis for frontend developers who love to focus on design and creativity.

Highly Relevant
Vue.js is continually gaining popularity, but the framework is still fairly new. By learning Vue.js, you will have a skill highly desired by web development employers.

The Perfect Course for Frontend Beginners
This course avoids making assumptions. All the basics of Vue.js will be covered, making it a perfect fit even if you only know HTML, CSS, and a bit of JavaScript. If you can handle pure CSS images, you will be able to conquer this course!

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Meet the Instructor

Hey there! My name is Mike Mangialardi. I am a coding artist and impostor syndrome survivor.

After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, I went on a journey trying to find my particular niche in the world of development. I eventually discovered a love for frontend web development with a particular focus on design.

Now, I am trying to share what I’ve learned in a way that is relatable and impactful for like-minded developers.

Outside of Coding Artist, I am a frequent contributor to Codepen, Medium, and Dribbble, a lover of craft beer, a husband to my wife Alyson, and a resident in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.