It’s latest 9.5 update promises to eliminate latency spikes and prevent from ever going offline
Incremental static regeneration updates through re-rendering them from the background as traffic flow. Traffic is served statically beside the newly built page used only after it is done generating. So there are no spikes in latency and pages never going offline.
Incremental adoption of Next.js allowing developers to make incoming requests with different destination paths including other URLs. It is used in situations such as changing the structure of application routes, take the form of a list of redirects in
next.config.js under the redirects key.
It developed by edge network provider Vercel and it is open-source. Next.js is used as an enterprise-level tool for building static websites, pre-rendered apps, and mobile web apps.
Some other new improvements and updates in Next.js 9.5: —
trailingSlshoption offered as part of
next.config.js. After this option set to true, Next.js will automatically add a trailing slash to URLs.
bashPathconfig option enables easy hosting of a Next.js application on a subpath of a domain.
- A previously introduced profiler API enabled tracking of performance issues in the React component instead of a separate version of
ReactDOMto be used to profile in production. Through Next.j’s new version, developers can set up automatically correct aliases of react-dom and
- Fast Refresh has been refined to show more helpful application error messages.
- All dynamic routes provide more flexibility and choice in application routing needs. Actually is on the experimental stage.
- Webpack 5 beta module bundler release which has improvements such as better tree-shaking and persistent caching.
Official documentation here.
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