For my latest project, I was trying out NextJS for the very first time. And I totally fell in love with this React Framework. It is fast and has many great features which I will talk about in a second.
NextJS is evolving really fast. The developers of NextJS deprecate old functionalities and introduce shiny new things all the time. The latest version Next.js 10.1 is not even 10 days old and the number of its benefits is huge.
Improved development process - Improved performance - Improved SEO
- hybrid static & server rendering
- TypeScript support
- smart bundling
- route pre-fetching
- and much more
With NextJS you can build a number of digital products and interfaces such as:
- Web Portals
- Single web pages
- Static websites
- SaaS products
- eCommerce and retail websites
- Complex and demanding web applications
- Interactive user interfaces
The file-system-based router is built on the concept of pages. This means, when a file is added to the pages directory it's automatically available as a route. Nested files are supported too.
NextJS also has a Commerce Shopify Integration with a provider-agnostic UI, enabling you to bring any headless e-commerce solution of your choice. And since E-commerce is one of the fastest-growing industries adopting NextJS, you are good to go. Big companies like Apple, McDonald's, and Nike trust NextJS, so you should too.
NextJS has great adaptability and responsiveness. Websites and web apps created with NextJS work on any device and adapt to any screen size or resolution. Therefore, users can access your website or web app with their favorite device.
Another good reason to choose NextJS is its SEO efficiency. This can help you with growing organic traffic faster, ranking your high intent keywords higher, outperforming competitors easier, and being more visible to potential customers.
NextJS Analytics allows for measuring and acting on real user performance.
The built-in Image Component and Automatic Image Optimization feature automatically optimizes images using the new
Last but not least, NextJS lets you create your own custom pages like 404 and 500 easily, how cool is that?
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