Each time I come back to React-related topics on the blog, its ecosystem seems to have gotten larger, more mature, and efficient.
These days, there isn’t much you can’t do with React, whether you’re a seasoned developer or a complete beginner.
This is mostly due to the creation of tools such as Next.js that have successfully simplified React frontend development.
So, today, I want to explore what Next.js can do for e-commerce.
In the technical tutorial below, I’ll show you how to:
- Set up a Next.js development environment
- Create new pages & components
- Fetch data & import components
- Add a shopping cart to a Next.js app
- Style & deploy the app
But before we go through this, let’s make sure we understand what Next.js is and how it can improve your next e-commerce projects.
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