Install Vue CLI 4 and Create a New Vue 3 Project
In this tutorial, we'll learn how to install Vue CLI 4 and create a Vue 3 project.
Vue CLI 4 comes with both Vue 2 and Vue 3 support.
Step 1 - Installing Vue CLI 4
Let's start by installing Vue CLI 4 in our local development machine.
Open a command line interface and run the following command:
$ npm i -g vue-cli
After installing the CLI. If you run the
vue --version command, you should get the following output:
Step 2 - Creating a New Vue 3 Project
Now if you have Vue CLI 4 installed, you can create a Vue 3 project using the following command:
$ vue create vue3demo
You'll be prompted with the following code:
? Please pick a preset: Default ([Vue 2] babel, eslint) ❯ Default (Vue 3 Preview) ([Vue 3] babel, eslint) Manually select features
Next, you need to select the second option
Default (Vue 3 Preview) ([Vue 3] babel, eslint) to instruct the CLI to generate a new Vue 3 based project.
Next, press Return.
Your project's files will be generated and the dependencies will be automatically installed from npm.
Step 3 - Serving your Vue 3 Project
Next, navigate to your project's folder and run the development server as follows:
$ cd vue3demo $ npm run serve
You'll be able to see the following interface if you go to http://localhost:8080/ with your web browser:
This is the directory structure of our project:
. ├── babel.config.js ├── node_modules ├── package.json ├── package-lock.json ├── public ├── README.md └── src
src/ folder contains the following files:
├── App.vue ├── assets │ └── logo.png ├── components │ └── HelloWorld.vue └── main.js
In this quick post we've seen how to generate a new Vue 3 project using Vue CLI v4.
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