Mesh Seun
May 3, 2022 ⋅ 4 min read

Managing multiple store modules with Vuex

Mesh Seun Software engineer.

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3 Replies to "Managing multiple store modules with Vuex"

  1. Excuseme, but your title says :”Managing multiple central stores with Vuex”. Multiple central stores aren’t multiple vuex modules? Instead here we speak of a single vuex. But it is a beautiful work. Thank you.
    Do you intend to talk about managing applications with multiple vuex modules that can communicate with each other in the future?
    Thank you. bye.

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