Spring Boot and Vue.js is a powerful combination for creating interactive and dynamic web applications. This guide provides an introduction to integrating Spring Boot with Vue.js, explains the basics of Vue.js, and offers sample code with explanations for its implementation.

Why Use Vue.js with Spring Boot?

Vue.js is a progressive JavaScript framework that offers several advantages when integrated with Spring Boot:

  • Reactive Data Binding: Vue.js provides two-way data binding, making it easy to create interactive user interfaces.
  • Component-Based: Vue.js promotes component-based architecture for building reusable UI elements.
  • Lightweight and Flexible: Vue.js is lightweight and can be incrementally adopted in existing projects.

Getting Started with Spring Boot and Vue.js

To start building interactive web apps with Spring Boot and Vue.js, follow these steps:

  1. Create a Spring Boot project using the Spring Initializr or your preferred IDE.
  2. Create a new Vue.js app using Vue CLI or your preferred Vue.js setup:
vue create my-vue-app
  1. Integrate Vue.js with Spring Boot by serving the Vue.js app from the Spring Boot backend. Set up your Spring Boot application to serve static files.
public class WebConfig implements WebMvcConfigurer {
public void addResourceHandlers(ResourceHandlerRegistry registry) {
  1. Develop your Vue.js front-end to create interactive user interfaces. Use Vue components, Vue Router for client-side routing, and Axios for making HTTP requests to your Spring Boot backend.
<h1>Hello, Vue.js!</h1>
<p>Data from Spring Boot: {{ data }}</p>
export default {
data() {
return {
data: '',
mounted() {
.then((response) => { =;


Spring Boot and Vue.js is an excellent choice for creating interactive and dynamic web applications. This guide introduced the integration, explained the benefits of Vue.js, and provided sample code for building a basic interactive web app in a Spring Boot application. As you explore this combination further, you'll find it valuable for developing modern and user-friendly web applications.