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Vite configuration

Overview

The Vite plugin, in addition to providing Hybridly-specific features, wraps a few external Vite plugins that are often needed in single-page applications.

These plugins are provided with a good default configuration, but are still individually configurable.

Laravel

laravel-vite-plugin, the official Vite plugin for Laravel, is included and its input option is configured to <root>/application/main.ts.

To customize this, use the laravel option:

ts
import { defineConfig } from 'vite'
import hybridly from 'hybridly/vite'

export default defineConfig({
	plugins: [
		hybridly({ 
			laravel: {
				valetTls: true,
			},
		}),
	],
})

The plugin can be disabled by setting laravel to false.

Vue

@vitejs/plugin-vue, the official Vue 3 plugin, is included by default. It can be disabled or configured by setting the vue option:

ts
import { defineConfig } from 'vite'
import hybridly from 'hybridly/vite'

export default defineConfig({
	plugins: [
		hybridly({ 
			vue: {
				reactivityTransform: true
			},
		}),
	],
})

Run

vite-plugin-run, which allows for executing shell commands when files are updated in the project, is used to generate TypeScript definitions and language files automatically.

You may add custom runner rules by using the run option:

ts
import { defineConfig } from 'vite'
import hybridly from 'hybridly/vite'

export default defineConfig({
	plugins: [
		hybridly({ 
			run: [
				{ /* Custom runner object */ },
			],
		}),
	],
})

The plugin can be disabled by setting run to false.

Auto-imports

unplugin-auto-import is included to support auto-importing of Hybridly utils, Vue functions such as ref or computed, or utils and composables in your <root>/composables and <root>/utils directories.

You may disable it by setting autoImports to false or override its configuration by using the same key:

ts
import { defineConfig } from 'vite'
import hybridly from 'hybridly/vite'

export default defineConfig({
	plugins: [
		hybridly({ 
			autoImports: {
				eslintrc: {
					enabled: true
				}
			},
		}),
	],
})

Vue components

unplugin-vue-components is included to support auto-importing of Vue components.

You may disable it by setting vueComponents to false, or you may update its configuration instead:

ts
import { defineConfig } from 'vite'
import hybridly from 'hybridly/vite'

export default defineConfig({
	plugins: [
		hybridly({ 
			vueComponents: {
				linkName: 'HybridlyLink',
			},
		}),
	],
})

Disabling

Disabling vueComponents would also de-active auto-importing of icons and built-in components such as <router-link>.

Icons

unplugin-icons is included to provide Iconify and custom icons support.

It may be disabled by setting icons to false, or you may adjust its configuration if needed:

ts
import { defineConfig } from 'vite'
import hybridly from 'hybridly/vite'

export default defineConfig({
	plugins: [
		hybridly({ 
			icons: {
				autoInstall: false
			},
		}),
	],
})

Icons can be imported manually or automatically:

vue
<script setup lang="ts">
import IconAccessibility from '~icons/carbon/accessibility' 
</script>

<template>
	<i-carbon-accessibility class="w-4" /> 
</template>

Custom icons

Custom icon collections may be defined using the customIcons option:

ts
import { defineConfig } from 'vite'
import hybridly from 'hybridly/vite'

export default defineConfig({
	plugins: [
		hybridly({ 
			customIcons: ['aircraft'],
		}),
	],
})

To register icons, add .svg files under the <root>/icons/<collection> directories:

resources/
└── icons/
    └── aircraft/
        ├── pc12.svg
        ├── pc24.svg
        └── sf50.svg

Custom icons can be then be imported like other icons:

vue
<script setup lang="ts">
import pc12 from '~icons/aircraft/pc12'  
</script>

<template>
	<i-aircraft-pc12 class="w-10" /> 
</template>