When going to production you have several options with this template. Let's cover all of them.
Before going to production make sure, that you have checked your modules' size with
npm run build --analyze.
There are two deployment modes available for
spa only when you do not need server-side rendering. By default, we use
You can also provide
--spa flag via command line:
npm run build --spa.
The easiest way to deploy your application is just pushing some static files to your web server.
npm run generate to create static files. Then just deploy them.
You can create a new virtual server, install
node there, then configure
There are a lot of tutorials about it. Here's [an example][do-example].
We have already mentioned some downsides of
docker deployment. But sometimes you really need the whole power of
nuxt and its server-side rendering. Or maybe you already have a micro-services architecture.
We used to have the full
docker production pipeline configured out of the box, but it was too confusing for other people. So, we removed it.
One more thing. Check out our backend template.
GitLab CI can run deploys for you. Check it out.
Very easy. Some of them are totally free.
We recommend to verify that everything is working fine in production by running a set of automated audits: