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Nuxt Starter

A Nuxt.js 3 app, bootstrapped with create-nuxt-app.
A Nuxt.js 3 app, bootstrapped with create-nuxt-app.
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This is a Nuxt 3 starter project.

Look at the Nuxt 3 documentation to learn more.

[!IMPORTANT] Support for running Nuxt fully server-side with Wasmer using WinterJS is on the works. Meanwhile you can serve the static website via npm run generate.


Start the development server on http://localhost:3000:

# npm
npm run dev

# pnpm
pnpm run dev

# yarn
yarn dev

# bun
bun run dev

You can also run the Nuxt template easily using Wasmer (check out the install guide):

wasmer run wasmer-examples/nuxt-wasmer-starter --net -- --port 3000

[!TIP] You can also run wasmer run . --net -- --port 3000 in the root of this repo, after running npm run generate

Open http://localhost:3000 with your browser to see the result.

Deploy on Wasmer Edge

The easiest way to deploy your Nuxt app is to use the Wasmer Edge.

Live example:

First, you'll need to run npm run generate, and then, to deploy to Wasmer Edge:

wasmer deploy

[!NOTE] You will need to have Wasmer installed (check out the docs to install the Wasmer CLI!). You will also need to change the namespace in wasmer.toml to your own namespace and app name in app.yaml to your own app name.

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