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We loved our time at Reactathon, even when our discussions were... very serious.
Want to use AMP in your Next.js projects? Want to know more about what AMP is? Learn both now!
Want to add useful, fun, or experimental plugins and presets to your Next.js projects? Here's how!
Children in React have a changing data structure, there's multiple ways to use them, and they have a module. Let's deep dive into how to use them!
Where and how do I call an API in Next.js? How does getStaticProps work? Can I mix and match build time and runtime? Learn all of this and more in this post.
Next.js collects telemetry data by default. Here's how to disable that!
Curious about the new Web Monetization W3C proposal? Here's how to implement it in your projects with Netlify Snippet Injection!
Where are my logs? Next.js is a hybrid framework, so depending on where you call console.log(), the results could be in different spots.
Want to get your CodePen work onto Netlify? Here's how to do it in a snap!
Learn what React Strict Mode is, and how to implement it across your Next.js applications!
Both Next.js and Netlify come with built-in support for environment variables. Here's how to use them!
Ever wanted to apply global styles across your Next.js application? Here's how!
Why have a boring default error page when you can spruce it up? Next.js has a custom static 404 page built right into the framework. Here's how to use it.
Absolute imports can save the day when you have to deal with project organization and multiple levels of folders.
If you're interested in pair or mob programming with your team but you aren't sure if it's the right fit for you, here's a bunch of answers to common questions to help you make your decision.
Sometimes you need what's called an "escape hatch" to access certain browser properties and methods in a Next.js application. Here's how to make one!
React Fast Refresh is the latest and greatest way to load components in vanilla React, Next.js 10+, Gatsby, and more!
Next.js allows you to both server-side render and statically generate websites. Why would you choose one over the other? Read and find out!
Ever wondered how you should manage state information across your Next.js applications without installing anything extra? Look no further!