Nuxt.js Content Blog

Learn how to build and deploy a Nuxt.js blog website to Firebase. 🎈

Start by adding your firebase project

Note you’ll need to install firebase:

You’ll need to be authenticated to your firebase project.

firebase login

If you don’t have a project yet, run the following and follow the steps:

firebase projects:create

To initialize your blog run:

firebase init hosting

The options below will allow your code to deploy automatically to your firebase hosting everytime you push to your main branch.

  • ? What do you want to use as your public directory? dist
  • ? Configure as a single-page app (rewrite all urls to /index.html)? (y/N) N
  • ? Set up automatic builds and deploys with GitHub? y
  • ? For which GitHub repository would you like to set up a GitHub workflow? (format: user/repository) (/nuxt-content-tutorial)
  • ? Set up the workflow to run a build script before every deploy? (y/N) y
  • ? What script should be run before every deploy? (npm ci && npm run build) npm run test && npm run generate
  • ? Set up automatic deployment to your site’s live channel when a PR is merged? (Y/n) Y
  • ? What is the name of the GitHub branch associated with your site’s live channel? main


Check the .github/workflows directory after this command. Make sure only merge option exists and correct build script is listed.

The working workflow file


# This file was auto-generated by the Firebase CLI

name: Deploy to Firebase Hosting on merge
      - main
    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
      - uses: actions/[email protected]

      - name: Install dependencies
        run: yarn

      - name: Generate
        run: yarn generate

      - name: Deploy
        uses: FirebaseExtended/[email protected]
          repoToken: '${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}'
          firebaseServiceAccount: '${{ secrets.FIREBASE_SERVICE_ACCOUNT_KAIZEN_CODES_BLOG }}'
          channelId: live
          projectId: kaizen-codes-blog