Nuxt UI Pro v1.0 is out with 50+ Vue components.


Get started with Nuxt quickly with our online starters or start locally with your terminal.

Play Online

You can start playing with Nuxt 3 in your browser using our online sandboxes:

Open on StackBlitz

Open on CodeSandbox

Start with one of our starters and themes directly by opening

New Project


Additional notes for an optimal setup:

If you have enabled Take Over Mode or installed the TypeScript Vue Plugin (Volar), you can disable generating the shim for *.vue files in your nuxt.config.ts file:

export default 
: {
: false
} })

Open a terminal (if you're using Visual Studio Code, you can open an integrated terminal) and use the following command to create a new starter project:

npx nuxi@latest init <project-name>

Open your project folder in Visual Studio Code:

code <project-name>

Or change directory into your new project from your terminal:

cd <project-name>

Install the dependencies:

yarn install
If you are using Yarn 2+ (Berry), add nodeLinker: node-modules to your .yarnrc.yml file. You can follow this issue status here

Development Server

Now you'll be able to start your Nuxt app in development mode:

yarn dev --open
Well done! A browser window should automatically open for http://localhost:3000.

Next Steps

Now that you've created your Nuxt 3 project, you are ready to start building your application.

Read more in Nuxt Concepts.