VuePress is composed of two parts: a minimalistic static site generator with a Vue-powered theming system and Plugin API, and a default theme optimized for writing technical documentation. It was created to support the documentation needs of Vue’s own sub projects.
Each page generated by VuePress has its own pre-rendered static HTML, providing great loading performance and is SEO-friendly. Yet, once the page is loaded, Vue takes over the static content and turns it into a full Single-Page Application (SPA). Extra pages are fetched on demand as the user navigates around the site.
VuePress is free and open source software.
- Minimal setup with markdown-centered project structure helps you focus on writing.
- Vue-powered – enjoy the dev experience of Vue + webpack, use Vue components in markdown, and develop custom themes with Vue.
- Generates pre-rendered static HTML for each page, and runs as an SPA once a page is loaded.
- Built-in Markdown extensions
- Default theme:
- Responsive layout.
- Optional Homepage.
- Simple out-of-the-box header-based search.
- Algolia Search.
- Customizable navbar and sidebar.
- Auto-generated GitHub link and page edit links.
- PWA: Popup UI to refresh contents.
- Last Updated.
- Multi-Language Support.
- Powerful Plugin API.
- Blog Plugin.
- Search Plugin.
- PWA Plugin.
- Google Analytics Plugin.
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