In this guide, we will cover how to deploy a Vue.js app with Vercel.
First, set up a Vue.js project using the official Vue CLI to quickly scaffold a batteries-included Vue.js SPA.
If you don't have the Vue CLI installed globally, use the following command to install it globally:
npm i -g @vue/cli
After a successful installation, create a new project and
cd into the project folder. Use the following command in your terminal to do so:
vue create vue-project && cd vue-project
An option to choose a preset will be presented to you after running the command above.
After choosing an option, Vue CLI installs all the required dependencies and provisions a new project for you.
Next, to extend the project with client-side routing; install the official Vue.js router by running the following command in your terminal:
vue add router
Vue CLI adds the router to the project and automatically updates the project files with basic routing functionality.
To deploy your Vue.js app with Vercel for Git, make sure it has been pushed to a Git repository.
Import the project into Vercel using your Git provider of choice:
After your project has been imported, all subsequent pushes to branches will generate Preview Deployments, and all changes made to the Production Branch (commonly "main") will result in a Production Deployment.
Once deployed, you will get a URL to see your app live, such as the following: https://vue.now-examples.vercel.app
Set up a Vue.js app with a few clicks using the Deploy button, and create a Git repository for it in the process for automatic deployments for your updates.