Create native desktop applications for Windows, OS X and Linux using Vue.js.
Vuido makes it possible to create lightweight, native desktop applications using Vue.js. Application using Vuido can run on Windows, OS X and Linux, using native GUI components, and don't require Electron.
Vuido supports most of the standard Vue.js API and it's compatible with many Vue.js extensions, for example Vuex. Applications using Vuido can also use all standard Node.js modules and any packages compatible with Node.js.
The following prerequisites are needed to compile libui-node, which is used by Vuido.
- windows-build-tools or Visual Studio 2015
- Visual C++ Redistributable Package for Visual Studio 2013
If they are not provided by default in your distribution:
The easiest way to start using Vuido is to use vue-cli to create the scaffolding of the project.
First make sure that vue-cli is installed globally:
npm install -g vue-cli
Run the following command to create the project (replace
my-project with the name of your project):
vue init mimecorg/vuido-webpack-template my-project
Enter the directory created by vue-cli and install all dependencies:
cd my-project npm install
Now you can build and run your application:
npm run build npm start
You can find the full documentation of Vuido at vuido.mimec.org.
At the moment Vuido is in a very early stage of development. The main goal is to implement all remaining controls currently supported by libui.
Vuido is largely based on Vue.js and shares most of its code, except for the platform specific code related to libui.
Vuido was inspired by Proton Native, an environment for creating native desktop applications using React.
Vuido is licensed under the MIT license
Copyright (C) 2018 Michał Męciński