How to Create NFT minting page using VueJs

In this tutorial, I will show you how to create an NFT Minting Page Using VueJS and NFTX.

How to Create NFT minting page using VueJs
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First, you will need to create a new project using the vue-cli tool.

How to do that:

create a new project using vue cli.

First, let's install the vue cli.

npm install -g vue-cli

Once the installation is complete, we can create our new project.

vue init webpack my-project

This will create a new project called my-project using the webpack template.

Next, we need to install the dependencies for our project.

cd my-project npm install

Now we're ready to run our project.

npm run dev

This will start a development server and open our project in the browser.

Now we can start building our app.

Once your project is created, you will need to install the nftx library.

How to do that:

Note: This guide assumes that you have a basic understanding of how vue works

In this guide we will be using vue-cli to generate a new vue project. If you haven't installed the vue-cli yet, you can do so by running the following command:

npm install -g vue-cli

Once the vue-cli has been installed, we can now generate a new vue project by running the following command:

vue init webpack my-project

This will generate a new vue project in a folder called my-project.

Next, we need to install the nftx library. We can do this by running the following command:

npm install nftx --save

Once the nftx library has been installed, we need to configure it. We can do this by editing the main.js file in our project.

First, we need to import the library:

import nftx from 'nftx'

Next, we need to configure the library:

nftx.configure({
  apiKey: 'YOUR_API_KEY',
  projectId: 'YOUR_PROJECT_ID'
})

Replace YOUR_API_KEY and YOUR_PROJECT_ID with your own values.

Now that the nftx library has been installed and configured, we can use it in our project.

Here is a simple example of how to use the library to create a new task:

nftx.createTask({
  name: 'My task',
  description: 'This is my task'
})
.then(function(task) {
  // do something with the task
})
.catch(function(error) {
  // handle the error
})

For more information on how to use the nftx library, please refer to the documentation.

Next, you will need to create a new file in your project's src directory called mint.vue .

In this file, you will need to import the nftx library and the minting function.

Next, you will need to create a new Vue instance and pass in the minting function as a prop.

Next, you will need to create a form in your template. This form will have two fields, one for the token name and one for the token price.

Next, you will need to add a button to your form. This button will call the mint function when it is clicked.

Finally, you will need to add a message to your template that will be displayed when the mint function is called.

Your mint.vue file should now look like this:

<template> 
<div>

<form> 
<label>Token Name:</label> 
<input type="text" v-model="name"> 
<label>Token Price:</label>
<input type="text" v-model="price">
<button @click="mint">Mint Token</button>
</form> 

<p>{{ message }}</p> </div>
 </template> 

<script> 
import { nftx, mint } from 'nftx' 
export default { name: 'mint', 

data () { 
return { name: '', 
price: 0, message: '' 
} 
}, 

props: { 
mint: { type: Function 
} 
}, 

methods: { 
async mint () { 
const { 
name, 
price } = this const tx = await mint(name, price) 
this.message = Minted token with id: ${[tx.id](<http://tx.id/>)} 
} 
} 
} 
</script>

Now that you have created your minting page, you can run your project with the npm run serve command and navigate to http://localhost:8080/mint to test it out.