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1.1 Introduction

Hi, my name is Jeremy McPeak, and I invite you to spend some time with me learning how to use the Vue CLI 3. In this lesson, I'll introduce the course and show you what you'll learn.

1.1 Introduction

Client site development has come a very long way since JavaScript was introduced to the browser. Just about every aspect of development has changed. The way that we manage dependencies, the ability to run tasks on our code. Even our code editors and the way we write code has drastically changed. And there's no doubt that these changes are good. However, there is a severe deficiency in our tooling when it comes to setting up our projects. Babel, webpack, ESLint, and many other tools have to be properly configured and work together before we can write a single line of code. But with the Vue CLI, you can create a project and immediately dive into your project's development, without having to touch a single configuration option. Hi, I am Jeremy McPeak, and I invite you to spend a little time with me as we look at the third version of the Vue CLI. We'll start by examining the vue command and use it to create a project. We'll walk through the available options, and even create a preset so that we can create new projects with our selected settings. We'll then look at the Vue UI, the graphical interface for managing our Vue projects. Now the default settings give us a fantastic start, but there will be times when we need to change our project's configuration. So we'll then dive into the various configuration options that we can set for our projects. Now, we won't cover every single option in detail. But we will examine the more common options you will likely want to change. Now, we have a lot of ground to cover, so when you're ready, cue up the first video, and we will get started.

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