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Announcing the Nuxt 3 stable version release news.

Last Modified : 24 Feb, 2023 / Created : 24 Feb, 2023
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I have some news to share about Nuxt. On November 16, 2022, just a few days ago, the stable version of Nuxt 3 was officially announced.

refer to Nuxt Offical Website

According to the Nuxt official website, the stable version of Nuxt 3 refers to a distribution that is supported for a long period of time and ensures stability and security. As a result, stable and LTS (Long Term Support) versions are often used in production servers due to their stability and security considerations, unlike versions such as Latest, which are used for testing purposes.

The two main features of Nuxt 3 are belows:

  • Framework built on Vue3, Vite, and Nitro
  • supports TypeScript

Although Vue3 has already been widely used, in order to build websites that support server-side rendering (SSR), it was necessary to use Nuxt 2 or install the Composition API, which was a bit of a hassle. With the release of Nuxt 3, users can now use it with peace of mind. Note that Nuxt 3 supports the latest modern browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari, and Node.js version 14 or later.

However, since Nuxt 3 is based on Vue 3, users who are considering migration and previously used or supported versions of Vue 2 will need to carefully examine the differences between Vue 2 and Vue 3, as this is the biggest difference in Nuxt 3.

For more information, you can visit the Nuxt website through the link provided.

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