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Next.js gives you the best developer experience with all the features you need for production: hybrid static & server rendering, TypeScript support, smart bundling, route pre-fetching, and more. No config is needed.

You can use React to build your UI, then incrementally adopt Next.js features to solve common application requirements such as routing, data fetching, and integrations - all while improving the developer and end-user experience.

Whether you’re an individual developer or part of a larger team, you can leverage React and Next.js to build fully interactive, highly dynamic, and performant web applications.

Full-Stack Serverless Applications with Next.js & Fauna

course by Shadid Haque

Fundamental Next.js API and Patterns

course by Lazar Nikolov

Integrate Storybook in a Next.js Application

course by Michael Chan

Create an eCommerce Store with Next.js and Stripe Checkout

course by Colby Fayock

Create Contextual Video Analysis App with NextJS and Symbl.ai

course by Vladimir Novick

Build a full-stack app with Prisma

course by Xiaoru Li

Introduction to Next.js 9

course by Xiaoru Li

Effectively Build RESTful APIs using Next.js API Routes

course by Alejandro Ñáñez

Build a SaaS product with Next.js, Supabase and Stripe

course by Jon Meyers

Architect an Extensible Digital Garden with Next.js, Tailwind, and Nx

course by Juri Strumpflohner

Build a Modern User Interface with Chakra UI

course by Lazar Nikolov

Build Static Pages Dynamically using Next.js and the Notion API

course by Jon Meyers

Build a Real-Time Data Syncing Chat Application with Supabase and Next.js

course by Kristian Freeman

Using DynamoDB with Next.js

course by Lee Robinson

Create & Deploy a Universal React App using Zeit Next

lesson by Andy Van Slaars

Retrieve and Display Data with GraphQL Queries in Next.js using urql

lesson by Thomas Greco

Extend Next.js' default Document class to ensure styles are rendered on the server

lesson by Thomas Greco

Configure Next.js to Use Markdown Inside of React

lesson by John Lindquist

Use Markdown Files in the Next.js Pages Directory Instead of React Components

lesson by John Lindquist

Enable the `.md` Markdown File Extension for Next.js Pages

lesson by John Lindquist

Import Markdown Files into Other Markdown Files as React Components with Next.js

lesson by John Lindquist