As a Vue developer, you may have heard the term server-side rendering. Even if you are not using a framework like Nuxt.js it is important to know how to write universal SSR-ready components. And guess what, it isn't even hard!
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JAMstack is a growing and modern web architecture. I gradually migrated several Nuxt.js projects from server side rendering over to JAMstack and write about my experiences, recommendations and the migration process itself.
There are three common ways to integrate an API with Nuxt. In this blog post, I'll share my personal opinion regarding all of them, my typical procedure when deciding for one approach and the benefits and disadvantages for each of them.
Wow! What. A. Year. 2018 lies in the past and I felt that this was by far the most productive year I had. On the other hand, I’m somewhat certain that this is not the end of the road...
SSR comes with certain caveats, including no access to APIs like the LocalStorage on server-side. But what if you could enable SSR only for pages where SEO is needed and use the "traditional" SPA mode elsewhere? You can! Learn how in this article.
As your Nuxt app grows, so does your backend. With time, your API evolves from a hand full of endpoints into an enormous jungle of resources. And you want to stay the king of the jungle! Learn to organize and abstract your API resources in this post.