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Real-World Next.js

By : Michele Riva
Book Image

Real-World Next.js

By: Michele Riva

Overview of this book

Next.js is a scalable and high-performance React.js framework for modern web development and provides a large set of features, such as hybrid rendering, route prefetching, automatic image optimization, and internationalization, out of the box. If you are looking to create a blog, an e-commerce website, or a simple website, this book will show you how you can use the multipurpose Next.js framework to create an impressive user experience. Starting with the basics of Next.js, the book demonstrates how the framework can help you reach your development goals. You'll realize how versatile Next.js is as you build real-world applications with step-by-step explanations. This Next.js book will guide you in choosing the right rendering methodology for your website, securing it, and deploying it to different providers, all while focusing on performance and developer happiness. By the end of the book, you'll be able to design, build, and deploy modern architectures using Next.js with any headless CMS or data source.
Table of Contents (19 chapters)
Part 1: Introduction to Next.js
Part 2: Hands-On Next.js
Part 3: Next.js by Example

Next steps

In the previous sections, we've seen some tiny ideas that can contain everything you need to practice and enhance your Next.js knowledge.

Even though we've covered many different topics, there's still so much to learn! But this time, you have all the information you need to bootstrap any Next.js project, and after reading an entire book on the topic, the best way to proceed is by implementing real-world applications.

From now on, you know how to start a Next.js project from scratch with TypeScript or vanilla JavaScript, how to customize its webpack configuration, how to add any external UI library, how to choose between rendering strategies, where to deploy it, and many other great concepts.

Next.js is a fast-evolving framework, and the best advice I can give you right now is to follow any news regarding it by following the Next.js core developers and Vercel (and me, @MicheleRivaCode, of course!) on Twitter, by participating in the Next.js Conf (the...