Create, Build, and Serve Apps with the Vue CLI
We just finished building a single-page Vue app for our Unpacked: Single-Page App course. We used the Vue CLI to generate the initial app and serve it up during development. This video shows how we did that, and also walks through the generated app so you feel confident about using the Vue CLI as a starting point.
Here’s a quick recap of the commands we used in the video to create, build, and serve a Vue app:
Create a new project:
vue create my-app
Build and serve the generated app on your local machine:
cd my-app npm run serve
Build the app for production:
npm run build
This bundles everything in the
distdirectory which is ready to be deployed on your favorite static file server!
To preview the production build locally using the serve NPM package:
serve -s dist
For more details on using the Vue CLI, check out the official documentation.
Unpack a Vue.js + Rails API App Layer-By-Layer
Learn what it takes to put together a single-page web app using Vue.js backed by a Rails API in our Unpacked: Single-Page App video course. No need to piece together solutions yourself. Use this full-stack application as a springboard for creating your own apps!