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Published: Apr 24, 2019
Apr 2019

React.js has revolutionized the way most people write single-page JavaScript applications. Generally, we recommend you use Create React App throughout the application lifecycle so you don't have to configure your setup, builds and packages manually. But some developers will prefer a tool whose initial defaults reflect a sound set of opinions. Next.js is just such an opinionated framework and it is garnering quite a bit of interest among our front-end enthusiasts. Next.js simplifies routing, renders on the server side by default and streamlines dependencies and builds. We're keen to see if it lives up to expectations on our own projects.