by Sai gowtham

How to deploy a vue app to GitHub pages

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How to deploy a vue app to GitHub pages

In this tutorial, we are going to learn about deploying a vue.js app to GitHub pages.

We are deploying our vue app in four steps.

Step 1

Push your vue.js app to a GitHub repository.


Step 2

Create a new file called vue.config.js in your root app folder.

vue config

Now add a below code to vue.config.js file by replacing with your own publicPath.

module.exports = {
    publicPath: '/vue-app-deploy-example/'}

Note: publicPath is the GitHub repository name you created at the time of pushing your app to GitHub.

Step 3

Now we are creating a deploy script file which helps us to deploy our app to GitHub pages.

create a new file called in your root app folder and add the below code by replacing your GitHub username and repository name.
#!/usr/bin/env sh

# abort on errors
set -e

# build
npm run build

# navigate into the build output directory
cd dist

git init
git add -A
git commit -m 'deploy'

git push -f<USERNAME>/<REPO>.git master:gh-pages
cd -

Step 4: Running deploy script

Open your terminal and run below command to successfully deploy your app to GitHub pages



Once you successfully completed all above steps now open your vue app GitHub repo and click on settings tab then scroll down to GitHub pages to see your live app URL.