Getting Started with Nuxt.js: Installation, Configuration and First Page

Installing and Configuring a Nuxt.js Project

Install Node.js

Make sure you have Node.js installed on your computer. You can download the latest version from the official Node.js website.

Install Vue CLI

Open your Terminal or Command Prompt and run the following command to install Vue CLI (if not already installed):

npm install -g vue-cli

Create a Nuxt.js Project

In the Terminal, navigate to the directory where you want to create your project and run the following command to create a Nuxt.js project:

vue init nuxt-community/starter-template my-nuxt-project

Project Configuration

Follow the prompts in the Terminal to configure your project. You can choose various options for your project, such as using ESLint, installing Axios, etc.

Creating the First Page and Displaying Basic Content:

Open Project Directory

Open your Terminal and navigate to the project directory using the command cd my-nuxt-project (or the folder name you chose).

Create a New Page

Use the Vue CLI to generate a new page with the following command:

npx vue-cli-service generate page mypage

Edit the New Page

Open the mypage.vue file in the pages directory and edit the content of the page. You can add HTML, Vue components, and data.

Display the Page

In the layouts/default.vue file, you can use the <nuxt/> tag to display the content of the page.

Run the Project

In the Terminal, run the following command to start the project and view your page in the browser:

npm run dev

Now you have your first page in the Nuxt.js project and can customize the content as desired.