Here we see how to build a real-world client application for your FeathersJS backend. We will use Vue + Feathers-Vuex and quickly create the frontend app. Building the Client Application Previously you saw how we could use Feathers to quickly build a backend application. The beauty of feathers is not only that it is quick to build, but it is also universal.
We have previously seen a simple todo app using FeathersJS(and NeDB). Feathers makes it really easy to develop an API or a real-time app by providing a super-powered baseline that can be extended quickly to create a useful app. However, the example provided earlier does not provide a set of features anywhere near the real-world experience.
Create a simple to-do API using FeathersJS v4. FeathersJS v4 launched yesterday, and I wanted to see what changed. Of course, I wasn’t going to write a post just about v4 - I have not kept up with the Feathers ecosystem. So, let’s refresh our mind and soul by building a quick API and see how the story develops.