One of the difficult things about getting started with Vuex is that it is not so much a library as it is a design pattern. It follows that implementing Vuex is not so much about using an API, as it is about structuring your code to comply with the pattern. If you’re new to Vuex, this will be daunting.
In this article, I’ll demonstrate how to get started migrating Vuex into an existing Vue.js project. I’ll show you how to identify the parts of your app’s state that belong in Vuex, and those that don’t, how to refactor your component functions into mutations, actions and so on, and finally we’ll discuss the benefits accrued.