Below is a quick reference table of the modules and plugins that Nuxt Stack installs and configures:

Module Description
@nuxtjs/axios axios integration for making promise based HTTP requests
@nuxtjs/dotenv Loads .env and merges contents with Nuxt's env object
@nuxtjs/pwa Collection of modules for developing PWAs
@nuxtjs/sitemap Automatically generate or serve a dynamic sitemap
@nuxtjs/style-resources Share variables and mixins across style files and SFCs
nuxt-svg-loader Import SVGs as Vue components
webfontloader Load custom webfonts from services like Google and Typekit
vue-analytics Google Analytics integration for Nuxt
lazysizes Lazily load images and videos when they become visible
vue-pwa-installer Simple interface for installing a PWA to the home screen
vue-lazy-hydration Lazily hydrate Vue components using a variety of strategies
vue-tabbing Reactive flag triggered by tabbed keyboard navigation
vue-static-data Declare static (non-reactive) data within Vue components


Some plugins are only installed if module options are specified in the Nuxt config.

For example @nuxtjs/axios, webfontloader and vue-analytics are only installed if module options are not undefined. This keeps the client bundles as small as possible.

Other plugins like vue-pwa-installer, lazysizes etc. can be disabled by passing false to their module options.

Check out the configuration page for information on what options can be passed to these plugins.