If you don't want the hassle of installing and configuring your system before you can have a taste of NativeScript-Vue, the NativeScript Playground has you covered.
But if you already have your system ready for native development, you can start by using the vue-cli-template:
.vuesingle file components
npm install -g @vue/cli @vue/cli-init vue init nativescript-vue/vue-cli-template <project-name> cd <project-name> npm install # or yarn install tns run android --bundle # or tns run ios --bundle # You may also try the new HMR mode by replacing --bundle # with --hmr, but note that this is a beta feature.
This set of commands performs the following operations on your system:
--bundleoption triggers a webpack build, which compiles
.vuefiles and watches for changes.