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Ravgeet Dhillon
Ravgeet Dhillon

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Build and Deploy a Nuxt3 app to Netlify

Imagine you want to build and deploy a Nuxt3 app on Netlify. Because custom scripts are not allowed on Netlify, you will not be able to perform custom tasks like automated testing before deploying the website to your Jamstack hosting platform.

That is where continuous integration/continuous deployment comes in. With a CI/CD system, you can run the kind of automated tests that create successful deployments. In this tutorial, I will lead you through building a Nuxt3 app, writing automated tests for it, and deploying it on Netlify.

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Konstantin BIFERT

So, your npm run build (on Netlify's side) is actually running a nuxt generate?

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