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Frequently Asked Questions

There are 2 ways to do it:

  1. You can download zip package and include simply modify it to your needs, as it already includes routing and components presentation.
  2. You can install it using npm as a module (will be installed under node_modules folder).

You can find installation steps for both options here.

Sure there is! You will need an account at our git server (if as a PRO user you don't have one, please contact us via Once you have the access, simply follow our 5 min quick start.

It is fairly simple. If you are using yarn, just replace npm install with yarn add:

1. First, install Vue, if you have not already.

npm install --global vue-cli
vue init webpack <YOUR-PROJECT-NAME-HERE>
npm install
npm run dev 

2. Create your Heroku app

heroku create <YOUR-PROJECT-NAME-HERE>
Now, an URL to your project should be created (say, https://<YOUR-PROJECT-NAME-HERE> To ensure that the service does not install any unnecessary dependencies, toggle the NODE_ENV to production:
heroku config:set NODE_ENV=production --app <YOUR-PROJECT-NAME-HERE>

3. Create a server.js: download Express.js:

npm install express --save
...and add a server.js file to project's root directory:
// server.js
var express = require('express');
var path = require('path');
var serveStatic = require('serve-static');
app = express();
app.use(serveStatic(__dirname + "/dist"));
var port = process.env.PORT || 5000;
console.log('server started '+ port);
The app will be served from the /dist directory, which gets populated after build process is finished:
npm run build
To see how things stand, type:
node server.js
You should see your project being served at http://localhost:5000. Heroku starts the apps using the start script in project's package.json, so be sure to replace the original one with server.js:
// package.json
    "name": "<YOUR-PROJECT-NAME-HERE>",
    "version": "1.0.0",
    "description": "A Vue.js project",
    "author": "",
    "private": true,
    "scripts": {
      "dev": "node build/dev-server.js",
      "build": "node build/build.js",
      "start": "node server.js",   <--- EDIT THIS LINE HERE

4. Create a git repository and set heroku as its remote:

git init
heroku git:remote --app <YOUR-PROJECT-NAME-HERE>
Remove the /dist directory from your .gitignore file and commit the changes:
git add . && git commit -a -m "Adding files."

5. Push it and hack on!

git push heroku master

Now, your project should be available at https://<YOUR-PROJECT-NAME-HERE> Create, tweak, commit and have fun! In case of deployment issues be sure to check platform's CLI command:

heroku logs