We’ve noticed a lot of customers deploying NuxtJS apps via NodeJS. Since we already love NuxtJS and since we saw it being so popular with customers, we decided to give NuxtJS first class treatment in Cleavr!
One thing to be aware of, if you have set your app preferences in your settings section, NuxtJS apps will be disabled by default. All you need to do is go to your settings section and enable Nuxt to start using.
What does setting your app as NuxtJS give you?
Adding a Static app tells Cleavr how to deploy your app as a static site. Cleavr will add specific deployment hooks that will properly build your static site and then point web traffic to the correct output folder.
For Server apps - there currently isn’t any differences between Nuxt Server over selecting regular NodeJS as we’ve already previously tweaked NodeJS to correctly run Nuxt apps. However, this identification is recommended for your Nuxt apps as we continue to enhance the Nuxt experience with features that will be specific to Nuxt applications.
If you give the Nuxt features a try, please let us know what you think, if you ran across any issues, and if you have any ideas on how we can make deploying Nuxt apps even easier.