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Nuxt Users 馃捇 #4681

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clarkdo opened this Issue Jan 3, 2019 · 62 comments

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If your company or organization is using Nuxt, we welcome you to leave your feedback, feelings, comments, impressions and suggestions here.

Your comments will be a great motivation for us to improve Nuxt. We are very grateful for your replies and support.

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henriqemalheiros commented Jan 3, 2019

  • Company/Organization: Caxias do Sul City Hall
  • Product/Project: our main website, our custom CMS and some side projects, like this form.
  • Impression/Suggestion: I've been working with Nuxt for almost a year now and I have no complains. Nuxt is awesome, as are the contributors. You guys do a excellent work. Thank you! As a suggestion, maybe just a nicer, leaner way to import a resource only on the client-side? This is actually not a problem at all, just a personal thing. I'm also looking forward for the regular release plan discussed here.
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sp0ken commented Jan 3, 2019

  • Company/Organization: Tediber
  • Product/Project: Our ecommerce website
  • Link: https://www.tediber.com
  • Impression/Suggestion: We're really satisfied of our choice to go with Nuxt. The ease of development of Vue paired with the static generation of pages is a killer combo for us. I'd love to see more mentions of the 'generate' use and of its quirks in the official documentation.
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teleyinex commented Jan 3, 2019

  • Company/Organization: Scifabric
  • Product/Project: Solar Maps for Greenpeace Spain, La memorial del circo, Crowd4EMS, and a few more that we cannot currently share (still in dev mode) ;-)
  • Link: https://scifabric.com
  • Impression/Suggestion: We're in 鉂 with nuxtjs and there are no complains at all. You are an awesome team, and we have telling people about your work. The shown examples are all PWA, and we love how many contributions from the community. No complaints! Keep the good work!!!
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davision commented Jan 3, 2019

  • Company/Organization: 0xcert
  • Product/Project: Landing page
  • Link: https://0xcert.org
  • Impression/Suggestion: Static pages were number one requirement for our landing pages. Nuxt was beyond ideal choice for us and we're building every page on Nuxt ever since.

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rupl commented Jan 3, 2019

  • Company/Organization: United Nations OCHA
  • Product/Project: Digital Situation Reports, a consolidation of several humanitarian reporting services.
  • Link: https://reports.unocha.org
  • Impression/Suggestion: Historically a Drupal organization, this site was a bit of a test pilot into other waters for us, and we've been very happy with our choice of Nuxt+Contentful. We especially enjoy that we can statically generate and swallow all the delay of dynamic page generation which pulls content from a minimum of two endpoints, while easily serving fresh content as the visitor browses around. As the lead dev I found the official docs incredibly helpful during both tool evaluation and development phases of the project.

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duruld commented Jan 3, 2019

  • Company/Organization: Getform
  • Product/Project: Landing page & Panel
  • Link: https://getform.io
  • Impression/Suggestion: We were convinced to go with Nuxt, and we have been really impressed. Not just framework itself, but also the community and packages that are developed around it. Docs can be improved a bit more, and that already relates to other packages that we've used. We are very satisfied with our choice, great job!
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benoitemile commented Jan 3, 2019

Company/Organization: Maisons du Monde
Product/Project: E-commerce website
Link:聽https://www.maisonsdumonde.com
Impression/Suggestion: Historically a Symfony backend technical stack, we started migration to Nuxt in late 2017 and went live to production on march 2018. We did use some Vue components already on our old product sheet. Nuxt is awesome and developer experience is really enhanced. We like all that opinionated stuff that we don't have to rethink on our end.
Thank you to all those wonderful contributors, we're using a bunch of nuxt modules (axios/proxy/sentry/apollo/component-cache/style-resources)..

About suggestions, I have some but it's not really about nuxt but more about Vue.
First thing is, async/partial Vue hydration.
Maybe some vision about releases v2.4/v3 and future, globally.

Thank you for nuxt, keep it up, it really is perf-friendly, dx-friendly, just really good

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lucasfischer commented Jan 3, 2019

  • Company/Organization: Velocate
  • Product/Project: GPS-Tracking Platform & our Backend
  • Link: https://my.velocate.com
  • Impression/Suggestion: We've been using Nuxt in Production for just over a year. It has made us much more productive and reliable. My only suggestion is that the documentation could be improved. I now use Nuxt for every private project I work on. Great job guys!
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lucpotage commented Jan 3, 2019

Two things made me use Nuxt: the static generation and the i18n module. Both combined, it becomes really easy to make a multilingual site. Now I also use the analytics module and the purge.css module. The simplicity of the modules also makes the developing experience incredible. I can now focus on the design, the components, and not anymore on the performance stuff that changes over time with new constraints every six months.

As others say, the documentation could be improved. Layout inheritance and page transitions is shaky. Also from what I read on the web, the use of data fetching methods is not clear: an article explaining how exactly asyncData, fetch, nuxtServerInit behave depending on the deployment (static vs. ssr, spa) and when a spa fallback is possible.

Also I use a lot of static content on the site and with nuxt generate, I would like my translated text content not to be duplicated (both in HTML and JS) in my static pages (I don't know if it's Nuxt-related though).

Amazing overall experience so far and the Nuxt team is really dedicated, cheerful and always polite. Thank you for that! 馃檹

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robyedlin commented Jan 3, 2019

  • Company/Organization: State of the DApps
  • Product/Project: List of Decentralized Apps built on Ethereum, POA, EOS, and Steem
  • Link: https://www.stateofthedapps.com/
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We love Nuxt! Super happy with it thus far. It's scaled very well with i18n too. Error handling could be a little more informative at times (sometimes the stack trace is unclear). Also the documentation/best-practices are sometimes a little behind the latest release.

Thank you so much for all your hard work on this project @Atinux @pi0 @clarkdo @alexchopin and all contributors! I owe you all a beer.

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creazy231 commented Jan 3, 2019

  • Company/Organization: Qwellcode GmbH
  • Product/Project: Chainbreakers - A Strategy-RPG that integrates cryptocurrencies
  • Link: https://market.chainbreakers.io/ - For our crowdsale
  • Impression/Suggestion:
    I recently joined the company and was the first to implement projects using Nuxt. Since I know Nuxt I'd like to develope every single project using Nuxt 鉂わ笍 and I also recommended the framework to my bosses.
    As a suggestion there is only one thing I'd like to see in the future: asyncData for components
    Thanks a lot for all the great work guys :)

Side projects I've done using Nuxt:
https://eugen-zerspannungstechnik.de/ - CMS: DatoCMS + Netlify
https://tobias-thiele.de/ - My personal website I'm working on.

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fmoessle commented Jan 3, 2019

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    company: 'Blackbird GbR',
    product: 'E-Commerce Shop',
    link: 'www.kennzeichenking.de',
    impressions: [
        'easy to use',
        'nice community',
        'we love asyncData :D'
    ]
}
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dmydry commented Jan 3, 2019

  • Company/Organization: BikeHouse
  • Product/Project: Main frontend app (SSR)
  • Link: balibikehouse.com
  • Impression/Suggestion: We're very happy to use the Nuxt.js with our project. We use next awesome modules for our app: @nuxtjs/axios, @nuxtjs/google-analytics, @nuxtjs/pwa, @nuxtjs/redirect-module, @nuxtjs/sentry, @nuxtjs/sitemap, @nuxtjs/vuetify, @nuxtjs/yandex-metrika, contentful, contentful-management, cookie-universal-nuxt, dayjs-ext, nuxt-device-detect, nuxt-dropzone, nuxt-env, nuxt-facebook-pixel-module, nuxt-i18n, nuxt-property-decorator, redis, vue-flatpickr-component, vue-lazyload, vue-recaptcha, vuex-class etc.
    At this moment the only desired features are related to typescript support with the ts-loader and out-of-the-box settings for complete tslint usage with create-nuxt-app. But all these can be configured manually and it's a minor thing compared to the great job you're doing with Nuxt.

Thank you guys!

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http://partners.balibikehouse.com (SPA)
https://bike-rentals-bali.com (STATIC)

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japboy commented Jan 4, 2019

Thanks to Nuxt.js, Ikyu Restaurant is now becoming a SPA.

  • Company/Organization: Ikyu Corporation (ecommerce)
  • Product/Project: Renewal of the smartphone search page in 涓浼.com Restaurant (Entire smartphone pages will be in Nuxt.js hopefully)
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  • Impression/Suggestion:
    • 馃憤 Easy to emigration from Vue.js project to Nuxt.js
    • 馃憤 Pagespeed has significantly been improved
    • 馃憤 Search engine friendly SPA is now much more easier to make
    • 馃憥 Component based design with Vue.js gets easily scripts-heavier (A Vue SFC is just huge)
    • 馃憥 Sharing components with other Vue.js projects is still bit difficult (Many of build options are undocumented)
    • 馃憥 Documentation has no versioning
    • 馃憥 Better TypeScript support! (will be available soon though XD)
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nusendra commented Jan 4, 2019

  • Company/Organization: Administrasi Pembangunan Kabupaten Mojokerto, East Java, Indonesia
  • Product/Project: e-Pelaporan
  • Link: https://e-pelaporan.mojokertokab.go.id
  • Impression/Suggestion: Speed up my vue development
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ausir0726 commented Jan 4, 2019

  • Company/Organization: FINPO Creative Design
  • Product/Project: all websites we build from 2017 to now
  • Link: https://www.finpo.com.tw
  • Impression/Suggestion:
    We used Nuxt.js about a year since version 0.7.
    It's easier project manage and Openbox SSR.
    When 1.0 it supports SPA mode, It's become more powerful before.

If you want to use Vue.js to develop the whole project, Nuxt.js is an awesome framework.

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fengjiel commented Jan 4, 2019

Thank you so much for nuxt's powerful features,My former company website USES nuxtJS

  • Company/Organization: 鍥芥枃浜掕仈
  • Product/Project: website
  • Link: https://www.xueguoxue.com
  • Impression/Suggestion:
    Easy to use
    Configuration is simple
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williamchong007 commented Jan 4, 2019

  • Company/Organization: LikeCoin Foundation

  • Product/Project: like.co

  • Link: https://like.co
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  • Impression/Suggestion: Nuxt made vue even more powerful and usable, build speed is somehow still slow in 2.0 though. Also would be nice if #4519 can be released soon

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  • Company/Organization: Ouestfrance-Immo
  • Product/Project: Real Estate Website
  • Link: https://www.ouestfrance-immo.com/annuaire-immobilier/
  • Impression/Suggestion: We decided to migrate to nuxt since early 2018. We started with our real estate professionals section. We will migrate the entire website as we go. The handling and the response time convinced us fairly quickly.
    The main difficulties encountered were the hydration of the framework and the call management at localstorage.

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erik-t commented Jan 5, 2019

  • Company/Organization: Spectrum Heart
  • Product/Project: Find the right autism help and get the best answers.
  • Link: https://www.spectrumheart.com/
  • Impression/Suggestion: I started my project on angular universal and it was so config heavy I decided to try Nuxt (& Vue) for the first time a couple of months ago. I was really, really impressed with how easy it was to get going. When I got stuck, I would go on discord and get answers right away ( especially from @manniL ). Thanks to all the contributors on there because it's one of the most active and helpful support channels I've seen. My only suggestion would be to hopefully see more online posts about bulding with Nuxt to see how other people are using it and piggyback on best practices. As well as beefing up the docs a bit. Overall though, great work guys keep it up!

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  • Company/Organization: Atwineries, Inc.
  • Product/Project: Explore wineries around the world.
  • Link: https://www.atwineries.com/
  • Impression/Suggestion: We use create-nuxt-app template to build our projects, we feel that built in configuration for the unit tests and E2E testing is a must. I am not sure why this is not a high priority.

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PerjakaSunda commented Jan 5, 2019

  • Company/Organization: MyStuff
  • Product/Project: MyStuff World
  • Link: https://mystuff.world
  • Impression/Suggestion: Incredible Nuxt
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the first touch experience for public pages is always better with nuxt

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mazipan commented Jan 5, 2019

  • Company/organization: Bizzy Indonesia
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  • Improvement/Suggestion:
    • Documentations was not very good compared with Vue Docs
    • More unit test integration sample and documentation
    • Using pure client side code is harder in Nuxt due to SSR limitation
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cnacorp commented Jan 5, 2019

Organizatiin : RBA
Project : https://www.tabunganasa.com
Impression : not an ideal fw for building static site, but i believe it would be.
Contributors do the greatest work :)

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  • Company/Organization: 涓婃捣鍗佸叚澶滅綉缁滅鎶鏈夐檺鍏徃
  • Product/Project: calibur.tv
  • Link: https://www.calibur.tv/
  • Impression/Suggestion: 涓寮濮嬫垜浠娇鐢ㄧ殑鏄 Vue.js 鐨勫師鐢 SSR 鏂规锛屽洜涓洪偅涓椂鍊 Nuxt.js 鐨 vol.1x 鐗堟湰杩樻湁寰堝寰呭鐞嗙殑 bug锛屾墍浠ュ彧鏄 nuxt 鍋氫簡鍒濇鐨勪簡瑙c傞殢鐫2018骞 Nuxt.js vol2.x 鐗堟湰鐨勬帹鍑猴紝Nuxt 瓒婃潵瓒婃垚涓轰竴涓煎緱淇¤禆鐨 Vue.js SSR 閫氱敤鏂规锛屽彧闇瑕佺啛璇绘枃妗e氨鍙互鍋氬嚭楂樻ц兘鐨勯〉闈紝杩欐槸闈炲父 amazing 鐨勶紝鎰熻阿 Nuxt.js 寮鍙戠粍鐨勮緵鑻﹀姫鍔涳紝鎴戜篃甯屾湜鍦ㄦ湭鏉ユ垜浠殑浜у搧鑳藉鍦ㄧ泩鍒╀箣鍚庣粰浜堣椤圭洰涓瀹氱殑璧勯噾鏀寔锛屽啀娆℃劅璋紒鍙﹀锛屽鏋滃彲浠ョ殑璇濓紝鎴戜滑鍙互涓 Nuxt.js 鐨勪腑鏂囩増鏂囨。杩涜鏇村揩鐨勬洿鏂版敮鎸侊紝鐜板湪鐨勪腑鏂囩増鏂囨。缈昏瘧鍚屾鐜囧緢宸
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farzadso commented Jan 8, 2019

  • Company/Organization: Alibaba Travels Co.
  • Product/Project: Iran's Leading Travel Services Website
  • Link: https://www.alibaba.aero
  • Impression/Suggestion:
    • Improve build time speed as it gets slower the larger the project gets
    • Make built in router more customizable allowing more logic to be added to dynamic routes
    • Stop using webpack and migrate to something more simpler?

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clarkdo commented Jan 8, 2019

Hi Everyone 馃樃,

Thank you so much for all of your great feedback 馃憤 , this is really very exciting for our team.

We'll collect and summary all of the useful suggestions and add them to the to-do list, I believe that Nuxt will be better and better with your help 馃殌.

BTW, if you have any suggestion/plan regarding to Documentation 馃摑, please feel free to comment in nuxt/docs#1078 , we also welcome everyone's pr at the same time..

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alexgarrett commented Jan 8, 2019

  • Company/Organization: Codecourse
  • Product/Project: Screencasts
  • Link: https://codecourse.com
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We switched to Nuxt last year and things have been smooth sailing ever since. The few minor issues/suggestions I did have in the back of my mind have been addressed along the way. Honestly, Nuxt has been instrumental in creating the newest version of the site with speed and ease and making it a breeze to add new features. I can't see us switching away from Nuxt. Much love to the team and all contributors 馃挋

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  • Company/Organization: Seald
  • Product/Project: our public website (static)
  • Link: seald.io
  • Impression/Suggestion: we are able to develop a static website with vue.js, and are very happy to do so!
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WanyoikeJ commented Jan 17, 2019

  • Company/Organization: TDF Group
  • Product/Project: Website
  • Link: http://tdfgroup.co.ke/
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Static pages are the base choice for our clients for easy SEO and Site Crawling. Nuxt delivered beyond my expectations, now all the projects are build using Nuxt and without a doubt. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend anyone.

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joeyzone commented Jan 23, 2019

Company/Organization: Bitmart
Product/Project: Bitmart exchange
Link: https://www.bitmart.com
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Nuxt is definitely the most automated scaffolding I have ever used, the configuration items are very rich, and the team updates are timely and prompt.
Just give more advice and guidance on caching and deployment, because in the case of high concurrent sites, SSR's render performance is very affected. This is also a drawback of all SSR projects.

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Norbz commented Jan 25, 2019

Company/Organization: Agence La Chose (Paris)
Product/Project: Almost everything we produce is powered by Nuxt, or Nuxt+Express, or Nuxt+KeystoneJS. One of the bigger project (featured below) is actually a Nuxt Frontend with a single _url page, with a bloc factory that takes pages definitions from a Drupal 8 backend. This allows us to define page structure and data within the backend, without the need to develop more template
Link: https://www.faire.fr
Impression/Suggestion: Nuxt really enhance the developer experience, on top of providing a high quality result without much effort. What we love the most is that it's suitable for small, prototype project, as well as bigger, corporate website. Bonus point : French :)

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buremba commented Jan 25, 2019

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Rakam - Product Analytics Tool

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The app: https://beta.rakam.io
It's basically a product analytics tool, you connect to your database, create different types of reports, pin them to your dashboard and share with your team.

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Overall our experience is good but the releases are not consistent enough. It's been almost 2 months since the last release and there are many hotfixes pushed to the master during the last 2 months so it would be better to release new minor versions.

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App: https://btce.com

Cryptocurrencies news with some other features.

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One of the best framework for small and fast web applications, especially if need SSR support. Working with Nuxt from 0.* version and i'm happy(Almost. More releases, more features!) when using it. 馃檪馃帀
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dschewchenko commented Jan 27, 2019

  • Company/Organization: KeepSolid
  • Product/Project: VPN Lite (other sites will be in future)
  • Link: vpnlite.net
  • Impression/Suggestion:
    Nuxt + TS in SSR mode. Some data are dynamic, from own CMS.
    It's result after some optimizations Lighthouse Report. 93 points, because many plugins and GTM(GA & Zendesk inside)

vpnlite

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failpunk commented Jan 28, 2019

  • Company/Organization: Snowball Wealth
  • Product/Project: Main Website
  • Link: https://www.withsnowball.com
  • Impression/Suggestion: Our first product using Nuxt which we pair with Storyblok. It was important to have strong SEO for our blog and marketing pages via SSR. Really love the community and very happy with the decision so far.

Still hoping to get some issues with meta tags resolved: nuxt-community/analytics-module#8
Would love to see some more work put into documentation. I only just found out about serverMiddleware, but not from the nuxt site.

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mavrick commented Jan 28, 2019

  • Company/Organization: MattePaint
  • Product/Project: Main Website / Mobile Site
  • Link: https://mattepaint.com/
  • Impression/Suggestion: Nuxt really helps solve the issues of SSR and makes working with vue even more amazing. Warnings / Hydration errors could be improved. Better support for universal storage between client and server for vuex would be amazing. Really starting to see community modules support SSR/Nuxt better.

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  • Company/Organization: Snowbox Team
  • Product/Project: Main Website
  • Link: https://animesb.com
  • Impression/Suggestion: The first experience with nuxt made me like it, and I decided to use nuxt for my official project , I am waiting for the release of vuejs 3 and nuxt 3 to proceed to upgrade my website .

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ydnar commented Feb 3, 2019

  • Company/Organization: Domainr
  • Product/Project: domainr.com
  • Link: domainr.com
  • Impression/Suggestion: We鈥檝e used Nuxt since pre-1.0. We replaced an existing (~5 year old) React app with 50% less code, reliable SSR and search engine indexing, and a platform to quickly grow the marketing content.
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DonNicoJs commented Feb 5, 2019

  • Company/Organization: Pulilab / W.H.O.
  • Product/Project: Digital Health Atlas
  • Link: Digital Health Atlas
  • Impression/Suggestion: Nuxt enabled us to quickly rewrite the existing AngularJs codebase to vue and integrate some Angular code almost painlessly.
    Our only suggestion is about better documentation for official modules sometimes is a bit confusing even tho they are great.
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OfekA commented Mar 3, 2019

  • Company/Organization: BreezoMeter
  • Product/Project: breezometer.com
  • Link: breezometer.com
  • Impression/Suggestion: We love 99% of what nuxt has to offer, and we use a lot of built in features and offical plugins. Something we do struggle with is Performance, and in particular bundle size and images, we would love a plugin that replicates what Gridsome has built in: https://gridsome.org/docs/images/

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JacobSamro commented Mar 4, 2019

Company/Organization: Aroliant
Product/Project: Our Official Website
Link: https://www.aroliant.com
Impression/Suggestion: We have been looking for this kind of solutions for decades years. HMR, Folder Structure based Routing, Jam Packed SSR are the most awesome features in Nuxt.

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NUXT = Awesomeness packed together 馃挅

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IPRIT commented Mar 6, 2019

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Company/Organization: RDW-Soft
Product/Project: Rabota.ru (russian biggest Indeed-like website)
Link: https://rabota.ru/
Impression/Suggestion: We're really satisfied of our choice to go with Nuxt. We are fully rewritten our frontend using Nuxt.js and spent for about ~1.5 years for it. We have developed entire components library with SSR support and implemented so many things.. it's crazy. Thank you so much for Nuxt.js! 馃槏

Our published modules for Vue/Nuxt.js:

@rabota/rabotify - Component Library

We have redeveloped existing analogues that didn't meet our requirements and made them much better.
@rabota/yandex-metrika
@rabota/google-analytics
@rabota/analytics-layer


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Gomah commented Mar 7, 2019

I have been using Nuxt.js for over 15 months now with multiple projects.

The first project was to move away from a pre-rendered PWA eCommerce website to a Nuxt PWA (pre 1.0) in October 2017.

  • Company/Organization: Koala
  • Product/Project: eCommerce PWA <> Shopify API
  • Link: https://au.koala.com
  • Impression/Suggestion: The transition was actually very smooth even if the documentation was not complete.

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  • Company/Organization: Audience Republic
  • Product/Project: Optimise & improve Nuxt SSR application
  • Link: No public access to the app
  • Impression/Suggestion: For this project, I wish this feature was implemented: #2825 to avoid using a massive workaround.

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  • Company/Organization: Operatly
  • Product/Project: Office Operation Software application with Nuxt SSR & Prisma
  • Link: https://operatly.com | No public access to the application yet
  • Impression/Suggestion: Moving away from a Vue SSR app to a Nuxt SSR App, reconfigurinng the apollo configuration for nuxt was not ideal.

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  • Company/Organization: Collabur, Inc.
  • Product/Project: Design system creation application with Nuxt SSR & Prisma
  • Link: https://collabur.com | No public access
  • Impression/Suggestion: I was very impressed by how the Nuxt team improved the DX in 2.0 (ESM, Modern build support)

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  • Company/Organization: Eucalyptus / Pilot
  • Product/Project: eCommerce Nuxt PWA SSR (at build time) + Prisma
  • Link: https://pilot.com.au (Coming soon)
  • Impression/Suggestion: I jumped to the typescript version for this new project, I would have prefer @typescript-eslint out of the box instead of ts-lintbut it looks like it's on its way (#5079) 馃槂
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sobolevn commented Mar 31, 2019

Company: wemake.services
Projects: several internal projects, one customer project (retail / logistic)
Link: https://github.com/wemake-services/wemake-vue-template
Impression: Awesome! I would like to see more typescript features out-of-the box (like typings-for-css-modules-loader support)

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hawkapparel commented Apr 10, 2019

Company/Organization: Continental/Utilex
Product/Project: Utilex Ecommerce
Link: https://utilex.pe
Impression/Suggestion: We love SSR, its amazing!. Very easy and fast implement a website ecommerce with Nuxt. we waiting more features and recomend Nuxt for others projects.

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