How to Install Vue.js on Ubuntu 22.04

Vue.js  is a framework used to build web interfaces, whether web applications or mobile applications. Vue.js is approachable, versatile, and does not require manual optimization. Due to these features, it can build up top-class APIs and help maintain the balance between framework and library.

This write-up will explore the possible method to install the Vue.js framework on Ubuntu 22.04.

How to Install Vue.js on Ubuntu 22.04?

This method uses the Node Package Manager (NPM) to get Vuew.js on Ubuntu 22.04. To do so, the following steps are carried out:

Step 1: Install Node.js

Firstly, we will install Node.js on Ubuntu 22.04 via the following command:

$ sudo apt install nodejs -y

When the installation is completed, we will confirm it by checking the installed version of Nodejs:

$ nodejs --version

Step 2: Install NPM

Next, we will install the package of the NPM with the command:

$ sudo apt install npm -y

Similarly, we will check the version of the npm using the command:

$ npm --version

Step 3: Install Vue.js

Finally, we will install the Vue.js by executing the mentioned below command in the terminal:

$ npm install vue@next -y

The output shows that Vue.js has been installed on the system.

How to Create an Application of Vue.js on Ubuntu 22.04?

To create an application of the Vue.js using a GUI, we will run the command to open the user interface of the “Vue.js”:

$ vue ui

A web interface will be opened, click on the “Create” button:

Then click on the “Create a new project here” at the bottom of the screen:

Assign a name to the project and click on the “Next” button:

Again, choose the “Preset” and click on the “Create Project”:

The project has been created successfully:

That’s it from this Vue.js guide!


Vue.js is a JavaScript framework used to build different HTML, CSS, and JavaScript-based APIs. To install Vue.js on Ubuntu 22.04, use the command “npm install vue@next -y”. The GUI of “Vue.js” is quite interactive/user-friendly to create applications and can be accessed using the “vue ui” command. This write-up has explained the installation methods of “Vue.js” on Ubuntu and its use.