We’ve taken a look at using Vue.js and using ForceJS with Vue.js now lets add some Vue.js to a Visualforce page. I will be using Mavensmate with Visual Studio Code. Learn a little about setting it up here.
I’m going to assume you already have an org to play around with. If you do not have one you can get a free trial here.
Create a Page
First we will need a Visualforce page to use with our Vue.js app so lets create one. In the Mavensmate desktop app after you have added your project you can add a new Visualforce page from the second left hand menu popup.
New Visualforce Page
Metadata Template drop down choose
Visualforce Page and give your new page an api name before selecting the
Create Metadata Button
New Visualforce Page Menu
Now, if everything went properly you should see it in your
Create Static Resource
If creating a static resource is an option in Mavensmate I haven’t figured it out yet. Since this only happens ocasionally anyway I will create it through the Lightening UI.
When you are logged into your org go to set up in the upper right hand corner
Go to Setup
In the Quick Find Search box type Static and choose
Now choose the
New button at the top of the table and open the
Static Resource setup dialog.
Static Resource Setup
I’m just adding some
htmlfile to the file selector for now so that I can create the Static Resource. I’ll replace it’s contents later.
Once you hit save your new Static Resource should be listed and ready for use.
New Static Resource!
Sync New Static Resource
Now that we have that new Static Resource lets get Mavensmate to pull it down to our desktop.
In Mavensmate go to the project home
And Choose Edit Project
Refresh Metadata Index
Refresh Metadata Index
ApexPage and check our new Visualforce page from early then expand
StaticResource and check our new static resource before choosing
Things to Update
We select the things we want to have access to on our machine so if we did not select our new Visualforce page it would have been removed from the local directory when we updated the project.
Now that we have created a Static Resource and a Visualforce page to use with our Vue.js app we can get started. Is there anything you would like to see the app do? Let me know by leaving a comment below or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.