This project is a 'seed' to be used to create other OpenPaaS web application using Vue. It provides the layout and some basic components to start coding within minutes. Documentation is available on http://docs.open-paas.org/frontend/vue/
The seed has been developed using Node 10, please use at least the same.
You can update the
.env file to define the OpenPaaS instance to reach, or override it in a new
.env.development.local file. Current environment variables are:
VUE_APP_OPENPAAS_URL: route to your OpenPaaS instance. Needs to be
http://localhost:8080in development mode.
Compiles and hot-reloads for development
npm run serve
Compiles and minifies for production
npm run build
Lints and fixes files
npm run lint
Run your unit tests
npm run test:unit
Run your end-to-end tests
npm run test:e2e
Before building the image for production, you will have to configure it from an environment file. By default, vue-cli (used by
npm run build) will set the
NODE_ENV to production on build step. In order to define production environment values, you will have to create a
.env.production.local file at the root or the repository and set the required values (copy, paste and adapt
.env file properties). Once done, you can build the image like:
docker build -t linagora/vue-openpaas-seed .
docker run -it -p 8888:80 --rm --name vue-openpaas-seed linagora/vue-openpaas-seed
In order to define the OpenPaaS endpoint to use (override the
VUE_APP_OPENPAAS_URL variable from
.env* files), the
public/env/openpaas.js file has to be updated. In order to do this, a Docker volume is available in the container and the
openpaas.js file can be redefined by mounting a volume. By using this, the image is generated once, and can be used in multiple application deployments.
docker run -it -p 8888:80 --rm --name vue-openpaas-seed -v $PWD/.config/env:/usr/share/nginx/html/env linagora/vue-openpaas-seed