Fast and Simple Web Apps with Nitroa year ago | Videos
I've been writing a fun book over the last few months on Nuxt 3 and it's based on my experience building out bigmachine.io as well as the individual course sites I have. I've been using Nuxt for years and love it - and Nuxt 3 is particularly exciting because it's both faster and simpler.
One of the things I wanted to dig into was the server that powers Nuxt: Nitro. Nuxt 3 behaves a bit differently than Nuxt 2, and I wanted to know why. Specifically:
- It's faster. I know a lot of this has to do with Vite, but the server starts instantly.
- The routing is different. You used to use an
_for the dynamic routes, now you use square braces
- The serverside routes are ridiculously terse, which I absolutely love.
So I spent the last few nights and weekends digging in and had a ton of fun. The result was a quick 5 minute video for you to enjoy!
If you're into terse simplicity, here you go...
I'm a big fan of testing, but I get lazy sometimes and it ends up costing me money, directly.
TDD is one of those things that people talk about, argue about, and think is interesting. I'm one of those people, so I asked Brad Wilson to clear it all up for me.