How does Nuxt deal with endless pages?

As I understand, Nuxt works as follows: a start page with initial content is generated on the server. The original content helps Google index the site. Subsequently, the client can additionally receive data from the api server in json format and display additional information on the page.

But how will Google index the site, if I have a potentially endless page of news, that loads when the user comes to the end of the page? Is there any additional server-side processing, that will make the site Google- friendly?

You have to consider this unreachable by crawlers. A crawler won’t mimic user actions like scrolling.

This, among other reasons, is why sites with articles will have an “Archive” section usually found in their footer. Also, they’ll make use of a sitemap to give crawlers an indication of the overall site structure.