Real-World Next.js

By Michele Riva
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About this book

Next.js is a scalable and high-performance React.js framework for modern web development. It provides a large set of features out of the box, such as hybrid rendering, route prefetching, automatic image optimization, and internationalization. With this book, you’ll learn how to effectively use this exciting technology for a wide range of purposes, from creating an e-commerce website or a simple website to a blog without compromising on performance or user experience.

Starting from the basics of Next.js, you will understand how the framework can help you reach your development goals. You’ll also explore Next.js’s versatility by building real-world applications with the help of step-by-step explanations, understanding how to write unit tests and integration tests for an app, integrating different backends with the app, and more. Later, the book shows you how to choose the right rendering methodology for your website, how to secure it, and how to deploy it to different providers.

By the end of this Next.js book, you’ll have the skills you need to be able to design, build, and deploy modern architectures using Next.js with any headless CMS or data source.

Publication date:
November 2021
Publisher
Packt
Pages
356
ISBN
9781801073493

About the Author

  • Michele Riva

    Michele Riva is a passionate and experienced Senior Software Engineer from Milan, Italy. During the last years, he has contributed to many open-source projects from big companies and foundations, such as Facebook and Apache, in many different programming languages and paradigms, including Haskell, Erlang, Go, and JavaScript. He has also written dozens of public domain articles on different topics (software architecture, functional programming, performance enhancements, etc.) and gave many talks at conferences and meetups. He is currently working as a Senior Software Engineer in the architecture team at ViacomCBS, where he is building a multi-tenant Node.js application at the heart of their websites and streaming services.

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