Last week, we introduced the Job board starter for Nuxt.js. Today, we are announcing a simple blog starter for... well, Nuxt.js again!
The interest in Job Board starter has been incredible. Today, we’re releasing a blog starter, which is a "hello world" in the code starters market.
Why BCMS & Nuxt.js for a blog?
Sure, you can build a blog with practically any content management system out there. Well, that's also a problem. Most content management systems, like WordPress, Ghost, or WebFlow, are excellent for Blogs. And when you want to add something more complex, that's where the headache starts. With BCMS, there's no such a point. Complex or simple, developing new features is just that - developing new features. A few reasons to go BCMS's way:
A BCMS with Nuxt.js allows for static site generation or server-side rendering, resulting in faster page loads and a more seamless user experience, which is essential for keeping readers engaged.
Flexibility and Control
You have the freedom to design the front end without constraints, utilizing Nuxt.js's Vue.js framework, while a BCMS provides robust back-end content management independently.
BCMS can handle the growing amount of content without affecting the blog's front-end performance, and Nuxt.js’s modular architecture makes scaling the presentation layer straightforward.
Separating the CMS from the presentation layer reduces the attack surface, as there is no direct database exposure to the client side, enhancing overall security for your blog. You might ask why anyone would hack a blog? Well, it's not your blog; it's the whole CMS. When a platform you use has a new vulnerability exposed, your blog is just one of thousands of projects that get hacked. With headless, your project is not where the platform is. It's decoupled.
Nuxt.js provides a powerful, component-based development approach with BCMS offering API-driven content management, streamlining the development process and enabling continuous integration and delivery.
How to install BCMS Nuxt Starter?
We've tried to make the installation process smooth. There's a step-by-step installation guide that takes you through the process from start to finish. You'll be ready to publish your first content quickly. You only need to check out the GitHub repo, where you will find instructions for getting started with BCMS & Nuxt.js starter.
If you like the project, hit that ⭐ button on Github.