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181Sunday, May 24, 2020
#181: 📓 Big News from Nuxt.js – Introducing the Content and Components modules 🎉

Hi there,

we’ve just had some incredibly exciting 2 weeks in the Nuxt.js world! First the Nuxt team released the components module, which allows you to skip importing Vue components manually as they will be automatically located and imported for you when you use them. With support for lazy-loading!

Just a few days later however, the team also released another module called content. It allows you to use local files (Markdown, JSON, YAML etc.) as a Git-based CMS. You can be familiar with this approach if you used VuePress or Gridsome. Of course, you can use Vue components inside your Markdown files. Make sure to check the docs!

Cheers, — Damian Dulisz


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