Or how we changed the developer experience to stop switching between the terminal and browser.
ℹ️ These features are all available with v2.8.0 release.
- Using console.log to debug when the app is server rendered requires to remember that logs will be displayed on the terminal when refreshing the page.
Forwarding Webpack build state right in the browser and display them in a fancy manner.
Same for Hot Module Replacement (really useful when the project gets bigger and takes more time to re-build).
Forwarding SSR logs to the browser in development mode
The purpose to these changes is to use the terminal for commands only.
Now you can focus right on your code and its visual result 🙂
Be lazy, be smart, be Nuxt.