vueplay allows you to get a Vue playground up an running in seconds.
Run vueplay and this happens:
- A simple Vue project is created (in a temporary and unique director).
- The project opens in Visual Studio Codes.
- Vue is told to serve the project.
$ npm i -g @vue/cli-service-global $ npm i -g @ckienle/vueplay
@vue/cli-service-global to be installed globally. Otherwise it will not work.
vueplay is currently tailored to my personal needs. This means that there is not way to configure vueplay in any way. Running vueplay gives you:
- A very simple Vue project in a temporary & unique directory with the following files:
App.vue: Entry point of the whole playground.
HelloWorld.vue: A simple component which is used by
package.json: Simply contains a
start-script which runs
vue serve App.vue
.vscode/: A Visual Studio Code configuration with a simple Run-action.
- After the playground has been created vueplay automatically
vue serve App.vueand
- opens the playground in Visual Studio Code