So this is where I continued, up until about 14:00. So let’s stop right there for a while.
Vue.Js on a Windows Machine
First thing I did, is have a little research on how to install all this on my Windows 10 rig. Here’s the procedure I used:
- Install Node.js https://nodejs.org/en/
- Enable Windows Subsystem For Linux – WSL Search Turn Windows Features On Or Off in Start,
- Install https://cli.vuejs.org/guide/
- Install vue Dev Tools https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/vuejs-devtools/nhdogjmejiglipccpnnnanhbledajbpd?hl=en
- Open Node.Js Command Prompt
- node –version
- vue –version
- if OK, vue ui – opens in http://127.0.0.1:8000/dashboard
So having done all that and finally ran the vue ui from my Node.Js Command prompt, I was quite pleased with myself to have set up my first (in a long time) vue.js project. By the way, I just pasted all this from my Evernote and I’m quite pleased how WP swallowed it all, including the image.
Aaand… this is where I stopped. Vue.Js is, after all, Js, and I am not sure I understand Js enough to tackle the rest of this tutorial in a way I’ll get the most of it. So I’m about to take some time to study Js first – not really do any programming tutorials with it, but take a better look and try some code. A quick google search got me convinced I need a solid understanding of objects, scope and DOM in JS, so I’d better get to that.
To be continued…