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Next.js Libraries: The Next Big Thing in 2023

In the world of a diverse group of frameworks, one of the popular frameworks for ‘hitting the ground running’ is Next.js. Did you know that mobile devices account for 2/3 of all web usage? Given this, it is crucial to optimize websites and develop web applications for the best possible mobile experience. Due to this, developing high-performance web applications and lightning-fast static web pages requires robust technology.


Next.js Incremental Static Regeneration

The way developers approach new web applications has changed due to Next.js. For a long time, dynamic sites used a combination of Server-side Rendering (SSR) and Client-side Rendering (CSR) to display dynamic data in their applications. SSR succeeded well because developers were able to build HTML before passing it on to the browser, allowing search engines to readily crawl it.


How to Log the Web Vitals Of a Next.js App Using Bugfender

Next.js is a complete React framework that provides a rich experience for developers in building web applications. You get a fast and reliable refresh on code changes, support for TypeScript and the ability to create a hybrid static and server-side rendered page. The file system and API routing features make it a go-to React solution for server-side applications.