Joel Varty will show how to get started using Gatsby to create blazing fast websites using the Jamstack.
Next.js has been rapidly gaining adoption. This is because it is a React-based framework for building websites that can be either server-side rendered, statically rendered (i.e. Jamstack) or any combination of the two. Plus, Next.js simplifies many aspects of React website development. In this free virtual meetup, Joel Varty will show you everything you need to know to get started building and deploying Jamstack sites using Next.js.
Jamstack 101: Getting Started with Next.js and Vercel
The world’s leading companies use and love Next.js Next.js helps developers save time by removing the need to use bundlers like webpack and then transform the code using compilers. This enables them to pre-render static pages, adding to a website’s performance and its SEO.Next.js also enables hot-module replacement, which means that instead of reloading an entire application when code is changed, it only recreates modules that have been altered.
What you’ll need to get cozy and comfortable with Next.js and Vercel:
- A terminal window
- Visual Studio Code (or your favorite code editor)
- A sense of humor
- A cute puppy or kitten (optional)