Are you Nuxt?

It seems I am ;) After starting to learn Vue 3 a few years ago, I decided to continue the learning path to Nuxt 3
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After rebuilding this site from scratch up with Vue last year, for which I spend a lot of time selecting and integrating different vue and vite plugins, I decided to build my other website, and with Nuxt 3.

Nuxt makes it a lot easier and faster to bootstrap a new website. Less fiddling with plugins to make it all work nicely together.
And it's bundled with Vite and running on Nitro's server engine, so it's pretty fast.
I also love writing and publishing content with Markdown, therefor Nuxt Content is just perfect for me for content management.

Edit: A month has past since I've first published this blog post, but since then I've also created a new website using Nuxt for my sister Anneleen Vernaillen, and today (March 2) I've put the Nuxt version of this website online.

Deployed on Netlify

Nuxt sites deployed on Netlify

Nuxt sites deployed on Netlify

At this moment I have deployed 6 websites using Nuxt on Netlify:

The Stack I'm using

The learning never stops

For learning everything about Nuxt I decided to purchase the Mastering Nuxt 3 video course, which is created by the team who created Nuxt 3. I didn't regret that purchase and I can highly recommed it.

Currently I'm learning how to build and secure serverside api's with Nuxt.

first published on 04 February 2023
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