PWA template for vue-cli based on the webpack template
The code in this repo is in maintenance mode, with limited plans for future changes. Our focus moving forward is adding PWA support to Vue CLI 3.0, using its newplugin. We encourage this work to be used for new projects as it is being actively developed. If you have issues with the current codebase, give the new version a spin and let us know what you think.
A full-featured PWA template with webpack, hot-reload, lint-on-save, unit testing & css extraction.
This template builds on top of the main webpack template, so please refer to the webpack template docs.
Check out the official Vue.js guide for general information about Vue that is not specific to this template.
$ npm install -g vue-cli $ vue init pwa my-project $ cd my-project $ npm install $ npm run dev
This will scaffold the project using the
masterbranch. If you wish to use the latest version of the PWA template, do the following instead:
$ vue init pwa#development my-project
developmentbranch is not considered stable and can contain bugs or not build at all, so use at your own risk.
If port 8080 is already in use on your machine you must change the port number in
npm run devwill fail.
See "Configuring your Web server to prevent caching" in the docs for more information.
Lighthouse score of 90+/100
npm run dev: first-in-class development experience.
vue-loaderfor single file Vue components.
npm run build: Production ready build.
index.htmlis auto-generated with proper URLs to these generated assets.
npm run build --reportto build with bundle size analytics.
npm run unit: Unit tests run in PhantomJS with Karma + Mocha + karma-webpack.
npm run e2e: End-to-end tests with Nightwatch.
You can fork this repo to create your own boilerplate, and use it with
vue init username/repo my-project
While we welcome contributions from the community, please note that changes to configuration that is shared between this project and
vue-webpack-boilerplateshould be made against
Once the upstream PR is merged, please file an additional PR against this project making the equivalent changes. This will help ensure that the shared configuration does not diverge too much.
Any changes that are specific to this project—related to service workers, or other PWA functionality—do not need an equivalent upstream PR.