Build the image using the Dockerfile.
FROM node:14.15.2-alpine3.12 RUN apk update && apk upgrade \ && apk add --no-cache bash WORKDIR /home # bash is needed for Nuxt's interactive set up.
If the filename is
lm-node-alpine, the command will be like that:
docker build --tag lm-node . -f lm-node-alpine
lm-node will be the name of image.
docker-compose.yml is like the below:
version: '3.8' services: web: image: lm-node:latest command: yarn dev volumes: - ./:/home ports: - "3000:3000"
Then run the following command.
docker-compose run web bash yarn create nuxt-app mynuxt (choose options)
Modify package.json(in mynuxt folder) to accept http requests from host machine.
"dev": "HOST=0.0.0.0 nuxt",
You'll see the start page on your browser.
It looks slower compare to running on homebrew environment.