Having the ability to build an online store opens up a ton of possibilities, whether you’re building that store for a new client to pay the bills or you’re trying to start your own business. In this article, you will learn how to build a CMS for an ecommerce store with Next.js and Sanity.
Performance matters no matter the type of project. Providing a good user experience should be fundamental to anything we build. But it becomes even more critical to a business when dealing with an online store. By using the Next.js Image Component, you can add images to your project just like you would the standard img tag and be confident that you’ll be serving optimized images to your website visitors.
A codemod is an automated way to transform one set of syntax into another. They're often written to ship with API changes or other things that fundamentally change the interface developers interact with.
Pageviews only tell a tiny part of the story of what your visitors are doing on your site. Modern web APIs make creating tracking for certain events much more performant than in the past, and one of those is Intersection Observer.