In this chapter, we learned how router libraries work and why they are a crucial addition to SPAs. We then got familiar with the key features of Vue Router including the route object, navigation guards, and the
RouterView special components.
Putting this knowledge into practice, we installed Vue Router and configured it for use in our app. We then built a home page for Vuebnb, including a gallery of listing summaries organized within image sliders.
Finally, we implemented an architecture for correctly matching pages with either available local data or new data retrieved from the web service via AJAX.
Now that we have a substantial number of components in our app, many of which communicate data between one another, it's time to investigate another key Vue.js tool: Vuex. Vuex is a Flux-based library that offers a superior way of managing application state.