If the page uses a production/minified build of Vue.js, devtools inspection is disabled by default so the Vue pane won't show up.
To make it work for pages opened via
file:// protocol, you need to check "Allow access to file URLs" for this extension in Chrome's extension management panel.
Works with vuex for time-travel debugging:
To enable this feature, follow this guide.
Make sure you are using Node 6+ and NPM 3+
yarn installif you are using yarn as the package manager)
npm run build
npm run dev
$ npm install --global web-ext
Or, for Yarn:
$ yarn global add web-ext
Also, make sure
PATH is set up. Something like this in
$ PATH=$PATH:$(yarn global bin)
Build and run in Firefox
$ npm run build $ npm run run:firefox
When using Yarn, just replace
Fixing "Download the Vue Devtools for a better development experience" console message when working locally over
1.1 - Google Chrome: Right click on vue-devtools icon and click "Manage Extensions" then search for vue-devtools on the extensions list. Check the "Allow access to file URLs" box.
How to use the devtools in IE/Edge/Safari or any other browser? Get the standalone Electron app (works with any environment!)