Have you been asked to start working on a brand new Next.js based web application project? If yes, congratulations, you have a truly cutting edge project on your hands.
Starting a new Next.js project and setting it up takes a few tasks to be done - you need to goto GIT, create your repo, add the right version of tools, libraries and then configure it in your local codebase.
And folder structure is something you need to create from scratch...
This usually takes anywhere between 3-4 days. And you have to worry about how best to organize your code structure
What if I told you, you can shrink the setup time to less than 1 hour? And you will get all the best practices ready to download and use.
When your client (or tech lead) sits down to review your code, they will truly love it!
Writing great Next.js code needs just 5 minutes of your time to read the blog and watch the video below.
Shall we start?
First, let's look at what a great Next.js code base looks like...
There are a few aspects which an architect or CTO will look for in our Next.js code base.
A) Do you have the right styling?
To improve reusability, easier to change UI and avoid code-bloat
B) Is your code organized in a good folder structure?
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