By now, you’ve probably heard of Vue.js, that relatively new on the block in the frontend world. There’s a lot to love about Vue. One great tool is the CLI, which provides some cool features that we are going to share with you. So, here are 4 things you can do with Vue.js CLI. The CLI provides some cool features for customizing new projects, prototyping, adding plugins and checking out your Webpack config without no-going-back ejecting. Here’s a quick rundown of each of these.
- The coolest feature of Vue’s approach is that you can customize the boilerplate project you get based on what you’re looking to do.
- The beauty of Vue is that you could create an HTML file, add a script tag for Vue and start coding, but the Vue CLI has a feature that’s even faster, and which includes a dev server for running your prototypes.
- Vue CLI makes it easy to add plugins you need into your app, even if you skipped them during the
- Vue CLI allows you peek at your Webpack config and see what the cli is generating, which can be helpful if you’re making changes and want to ensure that the output is what you expect.
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