src/pagesis a static route.
src/pagesis a dynamic route.
Gridsome generates static html that hydrates into a Vue SPA once loaded in the browser. This means you can build both static websites & dynamic apps with Gridsome. It's perfect for your JAMstack workflow.
Gridsome builds one
.html file and one
.json file for every page. After first page load it only uses the
.json files to prefetch and load data for the next pages. It also builds a
.js bundle for each page that needs it (code splitting).
Gridsome adds a
57kB min gzip JS bundle size by default.(vue.js, vue-router, vue-meta and some for image lazy loading).
yarn global add @gridsome/cli
npm install --global @gridsome/cli
gridsome create my-gridsome-siteto create a new project
cd my-gridsome-siteto open folder
gridsome developto start local dev server at
.vuecomponents in the
src/pagesdirectory to create page routes.
gridsome buildto generate static files in a
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