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- Editor Configuration
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- Languages & Frameworks
To work with Vue.js in Gitpod, you will need to properly configure your repository. Here is how to do it.
Here are a few Vue.js example projects that are already automated with Gitpod:
|vuepress||Minimalistic Vue-powered static site generator|
|postwoman||A free, fast and beautiful API request builder (web alternative to Postman)|
|nuxtjs.org||Nuxt.js Documentation Website (Universal Vue.js Application built with Nuxt.js)|
To install the Vue.js command-line interface in your current workspace run the following
npm i -g vue-cli
To install globally across all workspaces add the following to your .gitpod.Dockerfile
RUN npm i -g vue-cli
Vetur provides syntax highlighting, snippets, Emmet support, linting/error checking, auto-formatting, and auto-complete for Vue files.
To add this extension to your repository add the following to your .gitpod.yml
vscode: extensions: - email@example.com:TEzauMObB6f3i2JqlvrOpA==
For projects that already have a .gitpod.yml, you can skip the first part and just add the provided snippet.
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