Additionally Next js has a comprehensive list of features that include hot code reloading and splitting, automatic routing, prefetching, typescript support but one feature you should be most excited about is the support for Headless CMS.
Headless CMS is a backend Content Management System that does not worry about how and where your content gets displayed rather a headless CMS focuses on only two things: storing your structured content and delivering it. So, do you need a developer for Next js development and every time to edit and update posts? Absolutely No, you just need an awesome Next js developer like me to set up and integrate your preferred Headless CMS for the first time. Post setting up you can simply log in to CMS provider's dashboard and publish as many blog posts and incredible content you want on the website.
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