Use React to render templates on the server, as well frontend components.
Next.js is free and open source software.
- Pages with two forms of pre-rendering: Static Generation and Server-side Rendering.
- Data fetching – Next.js functions you can use to fetch data for pre-rendering.
- Fast refresh – a Next.js feature that gives you instantaneous feedback on edits made to your React components.
- Static file serving – serve static files, like images, under a folder called public in the root directory.
- TypeScript – provides an integrated TypeScript experience out of the box, similar to an IDE.
- Built-in support for environment variables:
- Use .env.local to load environment variables.
- Expose environment variables to the browser.
- Supports IE11 and all modern browsers (Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, et al) with no required configuration.
- Routing – file-system based router built on the concept of pages.
- API routes – provides a straightforward solution to build your API with Next.js.
- Advanced features include preview mode, dynamic import, automatic static optimization, static HTML export, absolute imports and module path aliases, AMP support, and more.
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