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Next.js to adopt React Router

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Next.js is a powerful framework that is being deployed by companies like Ticketmaster, Docker, NPM and Magic Leap. The JavaScript framework developed by startup company Zeit is opinionated, which has kept some users unhappy. Especially regarding it's custom routing tool.

Written by Jorgé on Tuesday January 16, 2018

After.js, an alternative take on Next.js

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In 2018 there seems to be lack of Universal JavaScript frameworks. Kicking off with Sapper, the old guard of Next.js and Nuxt.js now have a new alternative in After.js. The project shamelessly admits that it's heavily inspired by Next and uses parts of Razzle as it's building blocks.

Written by Jorgé on Tuesday January 16, 2018

Who is using Next.js in Production?

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Next.js is a universal JavaScript framework that runs in the browser and the server. It offers developers an easy way to get started, and as it uses React.js for templating it is also a straightforward way for developers with React experience to get productive fast.

Written by Jorgé on Wednesday January 10, 2018

Next.js vs Nuxt.js

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The world of JavaScript frameworks is constantly evolving. There are unlimited options for frameworks and libraries. In the UI development declarative paradigms have barely taken hold, when universal frameworks are coming in. Let's consider two common options, Next.js and Nuxt.js.

Written by Jorgé on Sunday January 7, 2018

Universal React Framework Next.js at JSConf China

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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.

Written by Jorgé on Tuesday August 1, 2017