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Integrate WebViewer PDF Viewer & Editor into a NuxtJS app

This guide will show you how to integrate WebViewer Document Viewer & Editor into a NuxtJS application.

You can watch a step-by-step video to help you get started.

You can also download a ready-to-go sample on GitHub.


Prior to starting, you should have already installed Node and npm.

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Get Started with the Sample

1. Clone the Sample

Clone the webviewer-nuxtjs-sample repository:

git clone

Enter the directory and run npm install:

cd webviewer-nuxtjs-sample
npm install

This will automatically download and extract the Apryse WebViewer Package.

2. Run the sample

Run the application by executing:

npm start

Then open a browser and go to localhost:3000 to see the application.

Your app should look like this:

Nuxt WebViewer Sample

Note: If your browser does not open automatically to open the WebViewer, navigate to localhost:3000 to see the project.

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