Real-World Next.js (Packt)
Wednesday, 16 March 2022

Starting with the basics of Next.js, this book demonstrates how the framework can help developers reach their goals. Michele Riva shows the versatility of Next.js by building real-world applications with step-by-step explanations. The book looks at how to choose the right rendering methodology for websites, securing it, and deploying it to different providers, all while focusing on performance and developer happiness.



Author: Michele Riva
Publisher: Packt
Date: February 2022
Pages: 366
ISBN: 978-1801073493
Print: 180107349X
Kindle: B08XY1MCV1
Audience: Website developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Web design and developmentJavaScript 


  • Get up to speed with Next.js essentials and learn how to build apps quickly
  • Understand how to create scalable Next.js architectures
  • Choose between different rendering strategies, such as client-side rendering (CSR), static site generation (SSG), server-side rendering (SSR), and incremental static regeneration (ISR)
  • Write unit tests and integration tests in your Next.js application
  • Discover the powerful routing system and Next.js' built-in components
  • Design and build modern architectures with Next.js using GraphCMS or any headless CMS


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