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01. So, what's Inertia?
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02. Getting set up with Inertia
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03. Creating pages
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04. Page titles and meta data
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05. Passing data to pages
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06. Swapping to API resources
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07. Form basics
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08. Submitting forms
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09. Resetting forms
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10. Validation and accessing form errors
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11. Clearing validation errors
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12. Preserving page scrolling
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13. Accessing form processing state
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14. Manual visits and partial reloads
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15. A recap, and Inertia links
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16. Partial visits (and more) with links
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17. Shared data
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18. Making use of Ziggy
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19. Lazy data
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20. Hooking back into forms for flash messages
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21. Revisiting shared data for better flash messages
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22. Hooking into Inertia’s router
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23. Shorthand routes
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24. Remembering form state
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25. Preserving state
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26. Basic authorization
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27. Customising Inertia error pages
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28. Dealing with expired Inertia requests
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Course overview

Single-page applications are great, but they come with the challenge of maintaining two separate projects — the client and the API.

Inertia serves as the solution, seamlessly connecting these two components and enabling you to build everything in one application (a monolith) while achieving the same outcome. The best part? You won't have to create an API.

To be honest, when I first started working with Inertia, I was a little confused about how everything worked. If that sounds familiar, then this course is made for you. I'll guide you through everything you need to know to kickstart your journey in building single-page applications using Laravel, Inertia, and Vue.

Alex Garrett-Smith
Alex Garrett-Smith
Hey, I'm the founder of Codecourse!

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