Vue.js is ever growing in popularity and even though it has a strong CLI that allows you to kick start projects, you can use other bundlers like the Parcel bundler.
The Parcel bundler excells at simplicity and only requires and entry file like
index.html, yet it results in highly optimised builds with its powerful defaults.
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Creating single page apps has become a more frequently requested task of web developers (like me) and deployment in containers, across zones and under monitoring, seems like a natural step.
In this post we’re going to have a look at how to deploy a Vue.js SPA with docker.
Let’s start off by installing the vue-cli to create a boilerplate project. Make sure you have Docker installed as well.
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TLDR; Here’s how to do stuff and me rambling in between. Use one of these links to get to your preferred headline:
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In this post we’ll create a single page app with Vue.js that shows a random quote or string. We’ll start from scratch and use the default webpack-simple boilerplate provided by the creators of vue through
This again is part of the Making of photographerexcuses.com post series, where I walk you through all parts that were necessary to create the page.
For this tutorial you’ll need to have node.js including npm installed.
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