Things I put in .gitignore file for Vue.js projects

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In this article, I’ll share a .gitignore file that I use for my Vue.js projects.


# Log files

# Editor settings

It’s a good practice to ignore editor-specific config files to avoid conflicts with other developers. I’m using Visual Studio Code (as you can see in the .gitignore file above).

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If you’re using Sublime Text, Atom or any other editor you should update your .gitignore file accordingly.

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