To install Nuxt.js on Vultr, you can follow these steps:
Step 1: Create a Vultr Server
- Log in to your Vultr account and create a new server.
- Choose your preferred server location and server type (i.e., Linux distribution).
- Configure the server settings and click on "Deploy Now".
Step 2: Connect to the Server
- Once the server is deployed, you will receive an email with the server IP, username, and password.
- Use an SSH client (e.g., PuTTY for Windows, Terminal for Mac) to connect to the server using the provided IP, username, and password.
Step 3: Update Packages
- Once connected to the server, update the server's packages by running the following command:
sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -y
Step 4: Install Node.js
- Install Node.js on the server by running the following commands:
curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_14.x | sudo -E bash -
sudo apt install -y nodejs
Step 5: Install Nuxt.js
- Create a new directory in which you want to install your Nuxt.js project, e.g., /var/www/my-nuxt-app.
sudo mkdir /var/www/my-nuxt-app
- Navigate to the newly created directory.
- Initialize a new Nuxt.js project using the Nuxt CLI.
npx create-nuxt-app .
Follow the prompts to configure your project, choose the appropriate package manager and features you want to include.
- Start the Nuxt.js application.
npm run dev
- Nuxt.js will now be running on http://localhost:3000. To access it through a browser, you will need to set up a reverse proxy (e.g., Nginx) or expose the port directly using a firewall.
That's it! You should now have Nuxt.js installed and running on your Vultr server.