Static Hosting

There are two ways to deploy a Content application to any static hosting services:


Static Hosting

There are two ways to deploy a Content application to any static hosting services:

  • Static site generation (SSG) prerenders every route of your application at build time. For every page, Nuxt uses a crawler to generate a corresponding HTML file.
  • Using ssr: false and service-worker preset to produce a pure client-side output.

Prerendering

Use the nuxi generate command to build your application. The HTML files will be generated in the .output/public directory.

npx nuxi generate

Client-side only rendering

If you don't want to prerender your routes, another way of using static hosting is to set the ssr property to false and nitro.preset to service-worker in the nuxt.config file. The nuxi build command will then output an index.html entrypoint like a classic client-side Vue.js application.

nuxt.config.ts|js
defineNuxtConfig({  ssr: false,  nitro: {    preset: 'service-worker'  }})
Nuxt Content highly depends on Nuxt's server engine. The only way to have server engine in client only rendering is to use Service Workers.