Through the series of articles, I've introduced several preparation things, such as "Build a Docker image" or "Push the Docker image". All these articles are the required prerequisites for the goal of this article, to deploy a Vue3 application included in the Docker image into the Google Cloud Run.
Push the Docker image to the Google Container Register
This article is a part of the series, "Publish the Vue3 Docker Image to Google Cloud Run". I would like to introduce the steps from the preparation of the docker push command so that we can push the Docker image to the Google Container Register (GCR) we can deploy the container to the Google Cloud Run from there.
Create the Docker Image with Vue3 for the Google Cloud Run
If we would like to develop a Vue.js application and run it locally, there would be no issue to do that for everyone. However, once we would like to publish the application to the internet, it might be an issue for someone because there are so many options or steps to achieve it. So I would like to introduce the steps to deploy a Vue3 application into the Google Cloud Run through the series of articles.
[Series Index Page] Publish the Vue3 Docker Image to Google Cloud Run
How to use Bootstrap 5 with the newly created Vue 3 CLI project
I will let you know how to use Bootstrap 5, using the button as a sample, with the newly created Vue 3 CLI project in this article.