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Next.js is an easy way to get started with writing universal React apps with minimal setup. In July 2017 the lead developer Guillermo Rauch was at JSConf China in Shanghai to give an overflow of the project.
In the talk Rauch describes the basics of Next.js, it's architecture and goes into details how module hot loading, bundles and other internals of Next work together with Webpack and React.
The video of the talk is now available on YouTube, and you can find it embedded below:
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