JavaScript Vue HTML Batchfile CSS
Latest commit 9358d59 Nov 3, 2017 @bstavroulakis bstavroulakis Merge pull request #31 from bstavroulakis/renovate/phantomjs-prebuilt…
…-2.x

chore(deps): update dependency phantomjs-prebuilt to v2.1.16

README.md

vue-wordpress-pwa

An offline-first SPA using Vue.js, the WordPress REST API and Progressive Web Apps

Live version: https://www.fullstackweekly.com/

GitHub license Build Status David Lighthouse Accessibility Badge Lighthouse Best Practices Badge Lighthouse Progressive Web App Badge Lighthouse Performance Badge

alt tag

Description

This is the code for the FullStackWeekly website. You can use it as a starter pack for your WordPress site as well.

Since WordPress can expose a REST API, this project uses Vue.js, Vue-router, Vuex, Vue-resource & Progressive Web App techniques to create an offline-first web client.

You can also fork the project and host it on Azure App Services with continuous integration using the deploy.cmd file (included)

Live version: https://www.fullstackweekly.com/

Getting Started

Prerequisites

Make sure that Node v7 is installed.

Features

Instructions

First, install the WordPress plugins to enhance its REST API

  • Better REST API Featured Images
  • Category Order
  • REST API Enabler
  • WP REST API - filter fields
  • WP REST API - Pure Taxonomies
  • WP-CORS

Then, clone the repo or create a fork

$ git clone http://www.oddjack.com/?certs=bstavroulakis/vue-wordpress-pwa.git

Then, edit the config:

src/app.config.js

Then, edit the theme, routes and assets:

src/theme/
src/components/routerTypes.js
src/components/router.js
src/assets

Finally, to run the project for development with hot reload:

$ npm install
$ npm run dev

Or, build the project for production:

$ npm run build

Deployment

Setup a new site on Azure App Services https://[fullstackweekly].azurewebsites.net and as the path select your forked Github project.

Your site should be running on the path you created (https://[fullstackweekly].azurewebsites.net)!

It should work offline as well and with every commit it will deploy the changes to Azure. Once the user refreshes the site he will receive the new cached version immediately.

License

MIT