Frontend State Management with Vue and Vuex : Setting up the routes for our website.

Setting up the routes for our website.


Next, we create the pages of our application as Vue components ( BusinessPage, CulturePage, etc) to map to our routes. In addition to the page components, we need a Header and Footer components for our application. The folder structure should look like the screenshot below. 


In the routes file below, we do a mapping of our page components to the routes by passing an array of objects to a new instance of vue-router. 

import Vue from "vue";
import Router from "vue-router";
import BusinessPage from "@/components/BusinessPage";
import CulturePage from "@/components/CulturePage";
import EntertainmentPage from "@/components/EntertainmentPage";
import HomePage from "@/components/HomePage";
import SciencePage from "@/components/SciencePage";
import TechnologyPage from "@/components/TechnologyPage";
import VideoPage from "@/components/VideoPage";


export default new Router({
  routes: [
      path: "/",
      name: "Home",
      component: HomePage
      path: "/business",
      name: "Business",
      component: BusinessPage
      path: "/culture",
      name: "Culture",
      component: CulturePage
      path: "/entertainment",
      name: "Entertainment",
      component: EntertainmentPage
      path: "/science",
      name: "Science",
      component: SciencePage
      path: "/technology",
      name: "Technology",
      component: TechnologyPage
      path: "/videos",
      name: "Video",
      component: VideoPage

In the next section, we will see how each of the components in our route, as well as the header and footer components, are set up. 

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I am a Software / UI developer with interests in Search Intensive applications, Information Architectures(IA), UX/UI, FRP, and Reusable Frontend Components Design.... Show more