Tuesday 23 January 2024

How do you install vuex?147

 How do you install vuex?

Installing Vuex depends on your preferred method and project setup. Here are the two main ways:

1. Using NPM:

This is the most common approach for Vue projects managed by NPM. Here's how to do it:

  • Open a terminal in your project directory.

  • Run the following command:

npm install vuex@next --save

This installs the latest version of Vuex and adds it to your project's package.json file under the dependencies section.

2. Using CDN:

If you prefer not to install Vuex through package manager, you can use a CDN. Here's how:

  • Add the following script tag to your HTML file:


<script src=""></script>

This will directly load the Vuex library in your browser without requiring installation.

Additional Steps:

Once Vuex is installed, you need to configure it within your Vue application. Here's a basic outline:

  • Create a Vuex Store: Define your initial state, mutations, and actions within a JavaScript file.

  • Import and Use the Store: Import the store instance into your Vue components and access state through getters and commit mutations through actions.

  • Install and Configure Devtools (Optional): Consider installing the Vuex Devtools browser extension for enhanced debugging and state visualization.

For detailed instructions and examples, you can refer to the official Vuex documentation:

Remember, the specific installation and configuration steps might vary slightly depending on your project setup and chosen tools. Feel free to ask if you have any further questions or need help with specific details of installing and using Vuex in your project!

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