Create Vue App

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Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2 or later.

Go to the Visual Studio downloads page to install it for free.

npm (https://www.npmjs.com/), which is included with Node.js. Vue.js (Installation | Vue.js (vuejs.org)). Vue.js CLI ((Installation | Vue.js (vuejs.org)). In the New Project Dialog, select Create a new project. Search for Vue in the search bar at the top and then select Standalone JavaScript Vue Template or Standalone TypeScript Vue Template, based on your preference. Give your project and solution a name.

In Solution Explorer, right-click the Vue.js project, select Properties, and then go the Debugging section. Change the Debugger to launch to the launch.json option.

npm running the vue-cli-service start command. Check console output for messages, such as a message instructing you to update your version of Node.js.

This article requires the Vue.js template, which is available starting in Visual Studio 2017 version 15.8. You must have Visual Studio installed and the Node.js development workload.

If you haven't already installed Visual Studio 2019, go to the Visual Studio downloads page to install it for free.

If you haven't already installed Visual Studio 2017, go to the Visual Studio downloads page to install it for free. If you need to install the workload but already have Visual Studio, go to Tools > Get Tools and Features.., which opens the Visual Studio Installer.

Choose the Node.js development workload, then choose Modify. You must have the Node.js runtime installed. If you don't have it installed, we recommend you install the LTS version from the Node.js website for best compatibility with outside frameworks and libraries.

Node.js is built for 32-bit and 64-bit architectures. The Node.js tools in Visual Studio, included in the Node.js workload, support both versions.

Usage

Only one is required and the Node.js installer only supports one being installed at a time. In general, Visual Studio automatically detects the installed Node.js runtime.

If it does not detect an installed runtime, you can configure your project to reference the installed runtime in the properties page (after you create a project, right-click the project node, choose Properties, and set the Node.exe path).

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You can use a global installation of Node.js or you can specify the path to a local interpreter in each of your Node.js projects. If you don't have the Node.js runtime already installed, install the LTS version from the Node.js website.