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Build a Lighting Fast Blog Using Nuxt.js + GraphQL + Cosmic Headless CMS

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Community Articles Build a Lighting Fast Blog Using Nuxt.js + GraphQL + Cosmic Headless CMS

In this tutorial I built a lightning-fast headless blog using Cosmic! 

Nuxt.js is a Vue.js framework that helps you create static, and Universal web sites. In this tutorial we use Nuxt, GraphQL and Cosmic to create a personal blog! 





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