Vue CLI, which provides a standard build tool chain for applications built with the Vue JavaScript framework, has been rewritten in its Version 3.0 release, which debuted on August 10.

Called a “completely different beast” from its predecessor by Vue.js creator Evan You, Vue CLI 3.0 is intended to reduce configuration “fatigue” of front-end tools. Incorporating best practices in the tool chain was a goal as well.

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Vue CLI 3 provides Vue CLI projects out-of-the-box support for the following:

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