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Quick installation of Vue Apps

First, make sure you have installed the following tools:

  • Docker
  • Node.js
  • npm

Step 1: Install Vue CLI

npm install -g @vue/cli

Step 2: Create a new project with Vue CLI

vue create my-vue-app

Step 3: Build the production version of the project with Vue CLI

cd my-vue-app
npm run build

Step 4: Create a Docker image

  • In the my-vue-app directory, create a file named Dockerfile with the following content:
# 使用 nginx 镜像作为基础镜像
FROM nginx:1.21-alpine

# 复制构建的前端文件到 nginx 容器中
COPY dist/ /usr/share/nginx/html

# 暴露端口

# 启动 nginx
CMD ["nginx", "-g", "daemon off;"]
  • Run the following command in the directory where the Dockerfile is located to build a Docker image for the Vue application:
docker build -t my-vue-app .

Step 5: Push Docker Image

  • Push the created Docker image to a Docker repository, such as Docker Hub or a private repository. Assuming you are already logged in to the Docker repository, use the following command to push the image:

    • First, tag the Docker image. Before pushing an image, you need to add a tag to it so that Docker knows where to push it. Run the following command to add a tag to the image:

      docker tag your-image-name your-dockerhub-username/your-repo-name:your-tag

      Replace your-image-name with your local image name, your-dockerhub-username with your Docker Hub username, your-repo-name with the repository name you want to create on Docker Hub, and your-tag with the tag you set for the image (e.g., latest).

      For example:

      docker tag my-vue-app damager6666/my-vue-app:v1
    • Next, push the Docker image. Use the following command to push the image to Docker Hub:

      docker push your-dockerhub-username/your-repo-name:your-tag

      Replace your-dockerhub-username, your-repo-name, and your-tag with the actual values. For example:

      docker push damager6666/my-vue-app:v1

Step 6: Log in to Sealos

  • Go to the Sealos official website

Step 7: Open the "App Launchpad" App

Step 8: Create a New Application

  • In "App Launchpad", click "Create New Application" to create a new application.

Step 9: Application Deployment

  • Basic Configuration:
    • Application Name (custom): my-vue-app
    • Image Name: damager6666/my-vue-app:v1
    • CPU (recommended): 1 Core
    • Memory (recommended): 1 G
  • Deployment Mode:
    • Number of Instances (custom): 1

  • Network Configuration:
    • Container Exposed Port: 80
    • Internet Access: Enable

Step 10: Deploy Application

  • Click "Deploy Application" to start deploying the application.

Step 11: Access Application

  • Click "Application Management" to view. When the application's STATUS changes from Pending to Running, it means the application has started successfully.
  • When STATUS is Running, you can directly access the external network address.

  • In the browser, enter


  • The page displays "Hello, Vue.js!", indicating that your Vue application is running on Sealos.