Handle Integration and Production Deployments for Nuxt.js Apps. You will learn tested, practical, fast and effective way of deploying a Nuxt application to any server. This article mainly focusing on deployment of Nuxt SSR applications. But the technique could be used in any type of application during the deployment process.
You will learn tested, practical, fast and effective way of deploying a Nuxt application to any server.
This article mainly focusing on deployment of Nuxt SSR applications. But the technique could be used in any type of application during the deployment process.
On a real-world deployment process first, we need to test if everything is working as expected. That is why we need a more robust and scalable way to deploy, test then send everything to the production site.
Firstly if you do not read the previous article I highly recommend reading it here, because I will use the same application for the next steps. So enough entry, let’s get started and deploy our application. In the end, our process will be like the below image:
Application deployment cycle
Initially, we need to create integration and production folders on the server. So I open a terminal and connect to my server (change to your IP or connect your existing service. Here I use Digital Ocean):
ssh [email protected] //your Droplet IP address here.
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