Deploy a Nuxt.js App


NuxtJS is a Vue.js framework that you can deploy on Render in just a few clicks.

A sample app for this quick start is deployed at https://hello-nuxt.onrender.com.

You can choose to deploy it as a Node Server or Static Site.

Deploy as a Node Server

  1. Fork nuxtjs-hello-world on GitHub.

  2. Create a new Web Service on Render, and give Render permission to access your new repo.

  3. Use the following values during creation:

    EnvironmentNode
    Build Commandyarn; yarn build
    Start Commandyarn start

That’s it! Your web service will be live on your Render URL as soon as the build finishes.

See Specifying a Node Version if you need to customize the version of Node.js used for your app.

Deploy as a Static Site

  1. Fork nuxtjs-hello-world on GitHub.

  2. Create a new Static Site on Render, and give Render permission to access your new repo.

  3. Use the following values during creation:

    Branchstatic
    Build Commandyarn; yarn generate
    Publish Directorydist

That’s it! Your static site will be live on your Render URL as soon as the build finishes.

Infrastructure as Code

You can version control these deployment configurations using Render’s Infrastructure as Code functionality. Sample render.yaml files for this process are provided in both the main and static branches of the nuxtjs-hello-world example repo.