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Next.js in Action: a new revelation for web development

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Next.js in Action is a jargon-free guide to building server rendered web apps with React and Next.js. In it, author Adam Boduch starts with the foundations of Next.js and how it differs from other frameworks. Then comes your first lightbulb moment: how much time you’ll save by building snappy reusable page components with Next.js’s out-of-the-box styling solutions. Chapter by chapter, you’ll create a messenger application as you learn how the moving pieces of a Next.js app fit together. Finally, you’ll learn to use Next.js to solve your backend challenges, from abstracting routing details and API endpoints to super simple deployment to the cloud.

Learn more about the book here: https://www.manning.com/books/next-js-in-action

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Next.js in Action: a new revelation for web development

  1. 1. Server-Rendered Web Apps with React and Next.js With Next.js in Action. Take 42% off by entering slboduch into the discount code box at checkout at manning.com.
  2. 2. You don’t have to choose between great frontend user experiences with React and the power and speed of server-side rendering. The Next.js framework integrates seamlessly with React to give you the best of both sides. It’s a game-changer!
  3. 3. In Next.js in Action, you’ll learn how to build apps that assemble page data on the server side before populating the React components in the browser. Next.js is a revelation, and this book will get you up to speed faster than you can say “prefetch.”
  4. 4. Next.js in Action is a jargon-free guide to building server rendered web apps with React and Next.js. By the end, you’ll have learned how the moving pieces of a Next.js app fit together, and how to solve backend challenges like abstracting routing details and API endpoints to super simple deployment to the cloud.
  5. 5. About the author: Adam Boduch has been building web applications in a professional capacity for 15 years. He has extensive knowledge of React, and has taught many React-related technologies through both direct training and published books.
  6. 6. Take 42% off Next.js in Action by entering slboduch into the discount code box at checkout at manning.com. If you want to learn more about the book, check it out on our browser-based liveBook reader here.

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