# Introduction

Get started with Bootstrap, the world's most popular framework for building responsive, mobile-first sites, with the Bootstrap CDN and a template starter page.

# Quick Start

  1. Make sure you have Node.js installed. It's recommended to use 8.x or 10.x version. Please don't use "Current version" as most of the times is not stable and not supported/fully integrated with all tools.
  2. Go to project folder.
  3. Run npm install or yarn install
  4. Run npm run dev or yarn dev to start local development server

This template was built with Nuxt.js. For more details please check out [Nuxt.js]

Once you have downloaded the archive and opened it, you will find a couple of folders with code and configuration files. Let's take it one by one. The first folder we want to look at is the base folder structure

# Dependencies

"@nuxtjs/pwa": "3.3.5",
"bootstrap": "4.6.0",
"cross-env": "7.0.3",
"element-ui": "2.15.1",
"nouislider": "14.6.3",
"nuxt": "2.15.2",
"vue-lazyload": "1.3.3",
"vue2-google-maps": "0.10.7",
"vue2-transitions": "0.3.0"

# Starter template

We build a starter page so you can get started really quickly. By default the archive will open up the presentation pages. To open the starter page, navigate to /starter in the browser. You can find this page inside pages/starter.vue file