Apart from these great features, you learned about the pros and cons of each type of available application: traditional server-side rendered apps, traditional single-page apps (SPAs), universal server-side rendered apps (SSRs), and static-generated apps. You also learned that Nuxt apps actually fall in line with the categories of universal SSR apps and static-generated apps. And then, you learned that Nuxt also falls in line with single-page apps, but not the same as traditional SPAs. Lastly, you looked into using Nuxt for universal SSR apps, static-generated apps, and single-page apps, all of which you'll learn more about throughout this book.
In the next chapter, you will learn how to install Nuxt and create a simple Nuxt app and understand the default directory structure that comes with the Nuxt scaffolding tool. You will also learn how to customize your Nuxt app and understand the assets that are served in Nuxt. So, stay tuned!