Tauri + Vue + Vite Template
Simple project template for Tauri and Vue 3.
- Vue 3 / TypeScript frontend
- Simple and fast Vite config w/ HMR in development and optimizations for production builds
- Vitest for unit tests
- Github Actions for testing and building
- Debugging configuration set up for VS Code
- Install Tauri Prerequisites
- Clone and install dependencies (this template uses
A Tauri app has at least two processes:
- the Core Process (
backend, or main process in Electron terminology), and
- the WebView process (
frontend, or renderer in Electron)
? Frontend (TS, PnPM)
Running Development Server
Both back- and frontend start with a single command:
? Backend (Rust, Cargo)
Backend code lives in
src-tauri/ (Following commands are to be run from there.)
Finding Outdated Rust Dependencies
If you have cargo-outdated installed:
Upgrading Rust Dependencies
If you have cargo-edit installed:
devcommand has by default
RUST_BACKTRACE=1set which makes Rust output full backtraces to the console. (Simply remove it from the package.json command if you want it).
- If you use VS Code, you can debug Rust code with the included
Building and releasing
The project has GitHub Actions set up which will automatically test and build your app with every push and PR. For building manually:
Releasing a new version
- Bump version number (In
pnpm checkto update
- Tag the commit you want to release with
- Edit the release notes and push (also tags!)
- Github workflow will automatically build a new draft release for this version. Publish when ready ?
Custom title bar styles (like
titleBarStyle: 'hidden' in Electron)
Tauri doesn’t currently offer a method to hide the title bar without hiding all window chrome. There is, however, a fairly simple way to do it manually (with certain limitations; see Tauri issue #2663 for details).
objccrates to dependencies
position_traffic_lightsfrom this gist: https://gist.github.com/Uninen/5377381eb81bdcd71b9d1859e46e3e29
on_window_event(example in the gist starting line 114) on any window you want affected.
This implementation works but results in visible jerkyness of the traffic lights (on macOS) when the window is resized. (Alternatives discussed in detail in the issue #2663)
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- Read my continuously updating learnings around Tauri / Vue / TypeScript and other Web development topics from my Today I Learned site
Contributions are welcome! Please follow the code of conduct when interacting with others.