What you'll need to learn NuxtJS
2:30
Why Nuxt?
4:03
Installing Nuxt
4:29
Exploring the Project Structure
5:51
Pages and Routing
12:29
Navbar and Layouts
9:39
axios, asyncData, and one downside of SSR
9:17
Meta Tags (Great for SEO!)
7:07
Vuex and Fetch in Nuxt
9:13
Review of Nuxt Basics
10:57
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Chapter 14 of 27 in Building VueScreencasts.com
Installing Nuxt

Installing Nuxt, creating our first Nuxt app from the command line, running it, and visiting our page in the browser.

We also learn how to change the localhost port where our Nuxt app runs.

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