vue-login This is a login/registration demo based on vue & axios & nodejs(express) & mongodb (mongoose). It is aimed at vue beginners. The scene is simple, but it covers a lot of basic vue operations and has more detailed comments to help you quickly Get started with vue related operations.
This is a login/registration demo based on vue & axios & nodejs(express) & mongodb (mongoose). It is aimed at vue beginners. The scene is simple, but it covers a lot of basic vue operations and has more detailed comments to help you quickly Get started with vue related operations.
For information about the technology used in the project, you can browse my blog, and there is a special article introduction: vue-login takes you into vue full-stack development through a project
## install dependencies npm install ## serve with hot reload at localhost:8080 (start at the foreground) npm run dev ## build for production with minification npm run build ## build for production and view the bundle analyzer report npm run build --report ## start server (start in the background) node server.js ## start mongodb (start the database, make sure to install mongodb) mongod
Source Code: https://github.com/ykloveyxk/vue-login
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