Vue cli plugin navigator

Multi-page application homepage for vue cli

Version: 2.1.0 Updated: 12/05/2019

By: longshihui License: MIT

Downloads Last 30 Days: 596

vue-cli-plugin-navigator

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Page navigation in a vue-cli 3 multi-page development.

This plugin will provide a homepage.

On the plugin's home page, it lists the pages you defined in vue.config.js. You can select a page that you want to open.

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Usage

vue cli

vue add navigator

yarn

yarn add vue-cli-plugin-navigator --dev

npm

npm i vue-cli-plugin-navigator --save-dev

Configuration

The namespace of the plugin configuration is navigator.

This plugin has two personalized configurations,

Help you find your page better on the plugin homepage.

You can now assign tags and descriptions to your pages as you configure them.

See this file for config options.

example:

vue.config.js

{
   ...other config
   pages: {
      page1: {
         entry: './src/page1.js',
         title: 'page1',
         filename: 'page1.html'
      },
      page2: './src/page2.js'
   },
   pluginOptions: {
      navigator: {
         // The title configured here will be displayed on the title of the home page.
         title: 'welcome'
         // Define your tags
         // Type is Tag[]
         // Tag typedef is
         // {
         //    name: string,
         //    color: string,
         // }
         defineTags: [
            {
               name: 'tag1',
               color: 'purple'
            },
            {
               name: 'tag2',
               color: 'green'
            }
         ],
         // If a page does not have specific configuration
         // its configuration will be the same as the secondary configuration.
         defaults: {
            tags: [],
            description: 'none'
         }
         pages: {
             page1: {
                 tags: ['tag1'],  // This is the tags of the page, type is string[].
                 description: 'page1 description'  // This is the description of the page, type is string
             }
         }
      }
   }
}

Example

If you have a vue.config.js file configured as follows

{
   pages: {
      page1: './src/page1.js',
      page2: './src/page2.js'
   },
   pluginOptions: {
      navigator: {
         title: 'Hello world'
         defineTags: [
            {
               name: 'tag1',
               color: 'purple'
            },
            {
               name: 'tag2',
               color: 'green'
            }
         ],
         defaults: {
            tags: ['tag2'],
            description: 'none'
         }
         pages: {
             page1: {
                 tags: ['tag1'],
                 description: 'page1 description'
             }
         }
      }
   }
}

Run your project on dev mode

Here is a screenshot of the plugin.

on PC

pc homepage pc page detail

on Mobile

mobile homepage mobile page detail

Categories: Vue js