Test using vue-cli configured to hold multiple distinct websites with their own public folder and entry points.
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# Vue CLI Multisite Base Example
Just some stuff I hacked together to get a vue-cli created app to support
multiple sites. Key things to look at compared to a base `vue create <app>`
site:
* package.json:
* Customizes the `npm run build` commands to support multiple sites, an "admin"
and a "main" site. Each one has a custom dist/ output folder (--dest option)
and a custom entry point (e.g. "./src/admin/index.js" instead of default
"./src/main.js")
* vue.config.js:
* This file needs to be **added** to a Vue project, as it's not there by default.
It configures the html-webpack-plugin to change the name of the "public" folder
that gets put into the dist/ folder; so each site can have its own public
folder.
* Uses environment variable SITE_NAME to choose the public folder to use.
* custom-public/ is for the admin site and added a "hello.txt" to verify
correct functionality. The main site uses the public/ folder like normal.
So when you run `npm run build-admin` it creates `dist-admin/` taking the
custom-public folder and the admin entrypoint. `npm run build-main` creates the
`dist/` folder and the normal public folder.
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## Project setup
```
npm install
```
### Compiles and hot-reloads for development
```
npm run serve
```
### Compiles and minifies for production
```
npm run build
```
### Lints and fixes files
```
npm run lint
```
### Customize configuration
See [Configuration Reference](https://cli.vuejs.org/config/).