Next.js

Next.js

Create web applications with the power of React components
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Wouter Raateland

Engineering

6 reviews
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(Perhaps contrary to what you read on X nowadays...) Next.js has reduced the complexity of web development a ton for me, especially since the app router. So many times, when building a single feature, I actually only have to edit code in a single file. Can't overstate the headspace that this saves me. Their stability does need a bit of work. However, the team is working hard on this and is very transparent in sharing their progress.
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mhkthink
mhkthink
Focus on diagram and data vis.
3 reviews
I find Next.js to be an exceptional framework that combines the best of server-side rendering, static site generation, and modern development practices to build high-performance web applications effortlessly.
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Timi Lab
Timi Lab
Full Stack Engineer
11 reviews
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Next.js stand out to be the best framework I've ever used, It's simple and lovable by all. The app router experience has never disappointed me since I moved to it.
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Grzegorz Piechnik

Engineering

1 review
Next.js is like a magic wand for web developers using React. It makes creating websites super fast and smooth, helping them show up better on Google and run quickly on any device. Plus, it sorts out a bunch of technical stuff automatically, making life easier for anyone building web projects, big or small.
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Tony
Tony

Engineering at Modyfi

3 reviews
Great blend of tooling for moving quickly and not worrying about frequent gotchas you hit without using a metaframework. Next does it very well while keeping doc aesthetics at the front of mind
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Daniel
Daniel

Founder & Leadership

4 reviews
I have been using Next.JS for about 3 years now. It's very good for getting something quick together and is my main go to stack for PoC and smaller applications. If you were to start with web development Next.JS is a good way to start
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Atle Myhrer Knudtzon

Product

6 reviews
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In "We Are Learning," we've found Next.js to be an invaluable asset for front-end development, particularly because of its server-side rendering capabilities, which dramatically boost both SEO and user experience through faster load times. Its automatic code splitting and file-based routing have simplified our development workflow, allowing us to focus on feature development rather than boilerplate code. The built-in API routes and extensible architecture have made it straightforward for us to integrate various data sources and backend services, aligning well with our diverse training modules. Its robustness and scalability easily meet our enterprise-level requirements, contributing significantly to our platform's reliability and performance. Overall, Next.js has been a cornerstone in accelerating our development cycles, without any trade-offs in quality.
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Dima Antoshkiv
Frontend Developer
15 reviews
Next.js is my secret weapon in the web development world. Using it is like having a coding Swiss army knife - versatile, reliable, and makes the whole process feel like a breeze. It's the kind of tool that takes your projects to the next level effortlessly!
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Michael Beddows
@beddows
2 reviews
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Creates fast, versatile sites with easy content management
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Richy Kalingarayar
Founder & CEO @ vinr
5 reviews
High performance and ease of use built in. Fullstack development in Javascript ecosystem has never been this simple. Love the latest React Server Component.
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