You can deploy Nuxt.js on AWS by using AWS Elastic Beanstalk, AWS EC2, or using AWS Lambda with Serverless Framework. Here are brief descriptions of each option:
- AWS Elastic Beanstalk: It is an easy way to deploy and manage applications on AWS without worrying about infrastructure management. You can simply upload your Nuxt.js code, and Elastic Beanstalk will automatically handle the deployment, scaling, and load balancing for you.
- AWS EC2: You can create and manage virtual servers (EC2 instances) in AWS and manually deploy your Nuxt.js code on these instances. This option provides more flexibility and control over the infrastructure but requires more setup and management effort.
- AWS Lambda with Serverless Framework: If you prefer a serverless architecture, you can use AWS Lambda to run your Nuxt.js application. You can use the Serverless Framework to easily package and deploy your code to Lambda. This option allows you to pay only for the actual usage of your application without the need to manage servers.
Ultimately, the choice of deployment method depends on your requirements, preferences, and expertise level.