vuejs-rails A simple asset-pipeline wrapper for Vue.js Rails 3.1+ asset-pipeline gem to provide Vue.js
Rails 3.1+ asset-pipeline gem to provide Vue.js
Have in your Gemfile:
And in your application.js manifest:
//= require vue //= require vue-router (optional) //= require vue-resource (optional) //= require vuex (optional)
app/views/layouts/application.html.erb, move this line from the head of the document to the end of the body:
You may write your Vue.js code directly in your views using
Starting from version '>= 2.3.2', by default, gem uses minified versions in production and full versions otherwise.
You can override this behavior by setting
Vue.development_mode = true
You can do it in e.g.
config/initializers/vue_config.rb, your environment initializers.
Make sure to clean your assets cache (
rake tmp:cache:clear) after changing state of the flag.
Contributions are welcome, please follow GitHub Flow
Source Code: https://github.com/adambutler/vuejs-rails
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