What you'll need to learn NuxtJS
Why Nuxt?
Installing Nuxt
Exploring the Project Structure
Pages and Routing
Navbar and Layouts
axios, asyncData, and one downside of SSR
Meta Tags (Great for SEO!)
Vuex and Fetch in Nuxt
Review of Nuxt Basics
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Chapter 14 of 27 in Building VueScreencasts.com
Why Nuxt?

Nuxt offers a bunch of advantages over plain VueJS, including

  • easy Server-Side Rendering (SSR),
  • automatic code splitting,
  • easier async data, and
  • a routing solution with massive reductions in boilerplate.

The downside is that there's no upgrade process to take one codebase from Vue to Nuxt: if you have an existing VueJS app of any size, you'll have to create a fresh Nuxt app and then port it all over.

However, this isn't quite as bad as it seems at first -- your Components and Vuex stores won't have to change much if at all, and everything else you could do in Vue has an equivalent in Nuxt.

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