Vue CLI plugin Vue Dash
Vue CLI plugin to scaffold CNAM front-end projects
If you want to scaffold a new project, you should use the Vue Dash Preset.
But if you want to add it to an existing project, you should install the plugin and then invoke it:
# Install the plugin yarn add -D @cnamts/vue-cli-plugin-vue-dash # Invoke it vue invoke @cnamts/vue-dash
By default, this will not update your project files, but if you want to render the Vue Dash template anyway, you can use the
vue invoke @cnamts/vue-dash -- --render-template
This plugin contains the template to scaffold new projects, but also some extra features described below.
Auto fix missing env var file
In our applications, there is env var files located in
When cloning the project, you have two files:
config.js. The first is used when deploying your project, and the later serves as a template to create the
config.js file locally.
This plugin augments the default
vue-cli-service serve command by copying
config.js if the file doesn't exists.
This way you have no setup to do when cloning a project!