Headless. Serverless. Decoupled. These are some of the buzzwords you might have heard being thrown around. But what do they mean and why should you care? In the ever-evolving web technology performance is becoming more and more important. Simply put, having a front-end separate from the back-end provides better security, performance, scalability, and developer experience. Although the initial development cost might be higher, in the long run you will see a better return on your investment.
WooNuxt combines the familiarity of WordPress with the performance of Vue by leveraging the modern JAMstack approach. That means building as many elements as possible during the build. As a result, fewer server requests are needed to be made, meaning better performance and faster load times. Tap into the amazing ecosystem of Vue components and libraries to deliver a truly modern and beautiful user experience.
Powered by Nuxt, WooNuxt connects to your WooCommerce store using WPGraphQL and outputs a highly optimized frontend. With code splitting, lazy loading and link prefetching out of the box. Lighthouse will love it!
Because WooNuxt is a JAMstack application, it can be hosted anywhere. You can host it on your own server, or you can deploy it to a static web hosting provider. You can also deploy it to a CDN.
Yes, it is fully ready to be installed as a PWA. However, the login mutation needs the front and back end to be on the same domain for the cross-origin request to work.
Not yet. But it will be soon with Yoast SEO.
Stripe is the only payment gateway available at this time. PayPal is coming soon.
I'm working on a basic theme that adds some extra features to the store, like reward points and a wishlist. It will be available soon.
Not at this time.