Self-taught for Everyone!
After choosing the API you want to build on, visit the Vue.js repository, open your consoles, and get coding. You’ll start by installing NPM globally and then loading the CLI: npm i -g vue-cli Then initialize Vue to start a new project and choose a startup project. In this demo we used the webpack. vue init webpack Once the project is initialized, it will fill in all the details such as name, project description and author. You can also choose the Vue build. In Cassidy’s tutorial, the default build was used. You’ll also install the router and specify whether you want to run tests; we opt for no. Vue.js Tutorial: Initial Configuration Initial configuration after installing the webpack template. Once these basics are specified, you’ll use npm installto install all the libraries that Vue specifies you’ll need.
Get to Teach!
Once that’s complete, you’ll use it npm run devto start the development server. Done – you now have a basic web app UI! Vue.js Tutorial: Application Live Vue.js web application UI, created with a webpack template. Now that we have a live app, it’s time to get under the hood and customize it. You may also be interested in: [Free Webinar] How to Create Your First Shopify App. Application UI Customization As with most web applications, there is an index.html. Between all this code, the entire application lives within a small line <div>/div>. In fact, if you wanted to create a stand-alone vue app that would live inside a larger web app, you could do it inside this app div. Vue.js tutorial: html index Index.html of the application, inside the text editor. If you also want to take a look at all the libraries that Vue has to offer.