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Nuxt 3.8 is out, bringing built-in DevTools, automatic Nuxt Image install, a new app manifest and much more.
A New Website
We are thrilled to release the new nuxt.com, powered by Nuxt UI and now open source.
Nuxt 3.7 is out, bringing a new CLI, native web streams and response, rendering optimisations, async context support - and much more.
Nuxt on the Edge
Learn how we made Nuxt 3 capable of running on edge runtimes to run with server-side rendering close to your users.
Nuxt 3.6 is out, bringing performance improvements, fully static server components, better style inlining, static presets, increased type safety - and much more.
Nuxt 3.5.0 is out, bringing Vue 3.3, new defaults, interactive server components, typed pages, environment config - and much more.
Introducing Nuxt DevTools
Unleash the Developer Experience with Nuxt and understand your app better than ever.
The 3.3.0 is a minor (feature) release with lots of performance and DX improvements, bug fixes and new features to play with.
Nuxt: A vision for 2023
This past year has been an exciting one. Looking into the new year, there is a lot we have planned as a team and we'd love to share it with you.
Announcing Nuxt 3 Release Candidate
Nuxt 3 beta was announced on October 12, 2021 after 16 months of work, introducing a new foundation based on Vue 3, Vite and Nitro. Six months later, we are happy to announce the first release candidate of Nuxt 3, code named “Mount Hope“ 🚀
Introducing Nuxt 3 Beta
468 days after the first commit, the Nuxt 3 beta has finally arrived. Discover what's inside and what to expect from it. Yes, it includes Vue 3 and Vite ⚡️
Nuxt 2 Static Improvements
With Nuxt version 2.13, the full-static mode has been introduced. In addition, a new command nuxt export was added to pre-render your pages without triggering a webpack build with the goal to separate the rendering and build process. The only issue was that most Nuxt users weren't able to unleash the full potential of the separation... until now.
Going Full Static
Long awaited features for JAMstack fans has been shipped in v2.13: full static export, improved smart prefetching, integrated crawler, faster re-deploy, built-in web server and new target option for config ⚡️
Understanding how fetch works in Nuxt 2.12
Explore different features of the fetch hook and learn a brand new way to bring data into Nuxt applications.
Nuxt 2: From Terminal to Browser
How we changed the developer experience to stop switching between the terminal and browser.