# VuES6 - Use ES6 Classes to Define Vue.js Components
> Yes, `.vue` files provide this ability, but sometimes I don't want to set up an entire compiled repo for a small Vue.js project, but I still want Vue.js components in the form of classes. This allows ES6 classes to be turned into Vue components at runtime.
Just include the `vues6.js` file as a module after Vue:
<script src="vues6.js" type="module"></script>
First, we need to define the components. This uses all the same parts as the normal object-literal format, just in the form of an ES6 class. Here's a very basic example component:
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