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Create a Vue.js app
In this tutorial, learn how to create a simple Vue.js application in Visual Studio.
>= vs-2022

Create a Vue.js app

[!INCLUDE Visual Studio]

In this 5-10 minute introduction to the Visual Studio integrated development environment (IDE), you create and run a simple Vue.js frontend web application.


Make sure to install the following:

Create your app

  1. In the Start window (choose File > Start Window to open), select Create a new project.

    :::image type="content" source="media/vs-2022/create-new-project.png" alt-text="Screenshot showing Create a new project":::

  2. 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.

    :::image type="content" source="media/vs-2022/vue-choose-standalone-template.png" alt-text="Screenshot showing choosing a template":::

  3. Give your project and solution a name.

View the project properties

The default project settings allow you to build and debug the project. But, if you need to change settings, right-click the project in Solution Explorer, select Properties, and then go the Build or Debugging section.

[!NOTE] launch.json stores the startup settings associated with the Start button in the Debug toolbar. Currently, launch.json must be located under the .vscode folder.

Build Your Project

Choose Build > Build Solution to build the project.

Start Your Project

Press F5 or select the Start button at the top of the window, and you'll see a command prompt:

  • npm running the vue-cli-service start command

    [!NOTE] Check console output for messages, such as a message instructing you to update your version of Node.js.

Next, you should see the base Vue.js app appear!

Next steps

For ASP.NET Core integration:

[!div class="nextstepaction"] Create an ASP.NET Core app with Vue