Invoices are an important part of your business's book-keeping and accounting record-keeping system because they record sales transactions. In other words, the invoice is a written verification of the agreement between the buyer and seller of the goods or services.
Vue-good-table's in-built features like sorting, paging, filtering etc. are all performed client side and therefore are great for most of the use-cases. Sometimes though, we might have too much data to render all of it at once on the UI. In such cases, we would want to do things like sorting, paging, filtering on the server side.
Setting up your Vue application locally is an easy task but when it comes to deployment, developers often find it a bit tricky to handle.
Vue.js has taken the front-end development world by storm over the last three years. The project, however, has been around much longer than that. It started in 2013 as a one-man project by Evan You.
This issue might have occurred while developing an application which consists of API calls at each step. Here we're concerned with VueJS Client & Laravel API, to be specific.