Vue.js Online Test

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The Vue.js online test assesses knowledge of building web user interfaces with the Vue.js library through a series of live coding questions.

The assessment includes work-sample tasks such as:

  • Manipulating DOM elements with Directives.
  • Using Computed Properties to encapsulate logic that includes reactive data.
  • Handling user events and updating the application based on user actions.

A good Vue.js developer should be able to work with the library effectively to create maintainable and accessible web user interfaces.

Sample public questions

Easy
7 min
code
Public
Vue.js
Directives
Event Handling

Page contains an anchor element and a paragraph below it. The paragraph's visibility should be toggled by clicking on an anchor element with the following logic:

  • At start, paragraph should not be visible
  • After a click, paragraph should be visible
  • After another click, paragraph should not be visible again

Implement the following logic by adding missing attributes to anchor and paragraph elements.

Easy
15 min
code
Public
Vue.js
Directives
Event Handling

A website requires a page for adding users to the table Users. Users can be added in two ways:

  • By specifying their first name and last name with input elements, and then clicking on "Add user" button. After user is added, input elements should be cleared.
  • By executing the following JavaScript code: vm.users.push({firstName: "John", lastName: "Doe" })

After a user is added, it should be listed in the table Users, where the index column should start from 1.

For example, after executing vm.users.push({firstName: "John", lastName: "Doe" }) and adding Ann Franklin through UI, the tbody part of the Users table should be:

<tr>
  <td>1</td>
  <td>John</td>
  <td>Doe</td>
</tr>
<tr>
  <td>2</td>
  <td>Ann</td>
  <td>Franklin</td>
</tr>

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Custom Link, Division, Countdown, Cards Widget, Post Comment, Product Rating, Validation Form, Calculator, Reorder.

Skills and topics tested

  • Vue.js
  • Directives
  • Computed Properties
  • Components
  • Event Handling
  • Content Manipulation
  • Managing State
  • Forms
  • Binding

For job roles

  • JavaScript Developer
  • Vue.js Developer
  • Web Front-End Developer

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