Hands-On Server-Rendered React Application with Next.js

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Posted on 2019-06-21, updated at 2019-06-21, by drexter.


Hands-On Server-Rendered React Application with Next.js
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This course will help you build a server-side, rendered React application with Next.js. Using a real-world example, this is a practical course.

You will begin by swiftly understanding Next.js and how it works. You will then create a server-rendered application in React to cater for a real-world scenario. This example will solve a major, frequent pain-point. While building the application, you will cover some important features provided by Next.js, to help you focus on development and make your work easier. You will cover some core Next.js concepts, understanding its full potential and why it has gained popularity. You will also cover the advantages of bringing SSR i.e. server-side rendering to your application.

By the end of the course, you will be confident enough to build server-side rendered web applications with React and Next.js.


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