Ukpai Ugochi
Nov 2, 2022 ⋅ 8 min read

How to consume APIs with Vuex, Pinia, and Axios

Ukpai Ugochi I'm a full-stack JavaScript developer on the MEVN stack. I love to share knowledge about my transition from marine engineering to software development to encourage people who love software development and don't know where to begin. I also contribute to OSS in my free time.

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8 Replies to "How to consume APIs with Vuex, Pinia, and Axios"

  1. Hi, how do you handle api errors? How are they transported to the GUI when all handling takes place in the store?

  2. Hello! I mostly use bootstrap-vue dismissible alert (https://bootstrap-vue.org/docs/components/alert). This is an example of how I use it.


    export default {
    name: “Login”,
    data() {
    return {
    email: “”,
    password: “”,
    errors: [],
    methods: {
    login() {
    this.$store.dispatch(“retrieveUser”, {
    email: this.email,
    password: this.password
    this.$store.dispatch(“retrieveId”, {
    email: this.email,
    password: this.password
    .dispatch(“retrieveToken”, {
    email: this.email,
    password: this.password
    .then(response => {
    const errors = response.data.error;
    const token = response.data.token;
    if (errors) {
    } else
    name: “Home”

    I hope this helps!

  3. “`
    {{gettersUser.id}} {{gettersUser.name}} {{gettersUser.address}} “`
    This makes no sense. It should be getUsers.
    {{ user.id }} {{ user.name }} {{ user.address }}

  4. Hi, is there a reason that in the same file in the getters you use state.users and in the actions you use this.users? It is confusing, and not interchangeable, I tried. Actions didn’t work with state.users. Thank you

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