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Start a Nuxt Project with npx and the Vue.js CLI

John Lindquist
InstructorJohn Lindquist
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Published 7 years ago
Updated 4 months ago

The initial setup of a Nuxt project is pretty straight-forward, but as with any project you’ll want to make a few tweaks of your own to get started. This lesson walks through the setup process and a few minor adjustments to get the News app on the right track.

We'll start with a combination of NPX and the Vue CLI to emit the next.community/starter template, and we'll call our folder hacker next. Hit enter, let NPX and the Vue CLI do their thing. Then accept all the defaults.

I'll use Visual Studio code to open the hacker next folder, then with our project open, I'll go ahead and npm install the dependencies. Once that's done, I'll npm run dev, just to make sure it's working. Then I'll open localhost:3000, and you can see the starter template running on that port.

Now, to clear out the visuals from the starter template, going to delete the default layout. In the index view page, select all, and I'll say template is just a div that says hello world in it. Now, all I will have is just hello world.

Then lastly, just for instructional purposes, I'm going to go into the config and turn off the ES lint task, simply to avoid going off on formatting tangents. Now, it won't run that linter every time I save.

Stanley Festus
Stanley Festus
~ 6 years ago

C:"Program Files"\nodejs\node.exe C:\Program Files\nodejs\node_modules\npm\bin\npm-cli.js config get cache --parseable

I happen to receive such error message when I 'npx vue-cli nuxt-community/starter-template my-project' even though I have npx installed globally and -v 9.2.1

Eleonora Lester
Eleonora Lester
~ 5 years ago

What's the point of deleting the ESLint config?? Not cool

Niklas
Niklas
~ 5 years ago

Why always the obsession with a starter template? Adding additional boilerplate code from the outset ruins the learning experience, and is lazy if the context is to learn something new from scratch.

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