Get more prospects and offer a top-notch user experience (UX)
You can make your website SEO- and user-friendly (with a fast page loading time). That’s because Next.js is built on top of React.js and Node.js and allows different types of rendering and code splitting.
Let the Googlebot find you
Make it easier for search engines to find your web app by using Next.js to build a static site with a simple, readable HTML for the page source.
Use code-splitting to your favor
Create smaller-sized apps with Next.js and its automatic code-splitting feature. You can use it to develop progressive web apps (PWA) that are always accessible from any device—even if they lose an internet connection.
Build multilingual, dynamic websites
Next.js’ has dynamic routes, so you can develop multi-language websites and infrastructures that support pre-rendering (SSG), server-side rendering (SRR), client-side rendering (CSR).
Upgrade your content management system
Your marketing team deserves a powerful content workflow that they can manage internally. Next.js provides incremental static regeneration (ISR), so your editors can edit, test and launch without distracting your engineering team.
Amalgam, a financial and accounting startup, needed to repackage its internal platform as an enterprise-ready tool. When we met Amalgam’s team, they didn’t have the capacity to deal with the company’s growth and improve the platform’s code quality. We jumped in and helped Amalgam achieve its goal to enter the SaaS market (while reducing bug fixing time by almost 80% and increasing deployments by 2x per month!). Read the complete article
How we helped Amalgam go from MVP to bugless, enterprise-ready software
From MVP to Enterprise Software Solution: How an Augmented...
Amalgam, a financial and accounting startup, needed to repackage its internal platform as an enterprise-ready tool. When we met Amalgam’s team, they didn’t have the capacity to deal with the company’s growth and improve the platform’s code quality. We jumped in and helped Amalgam achieve its goal to enter the SaaS market (while reducing bug fixing time by almost 80% and increasing deployments by 2x per month!).
Read the complete article
You’ll get rid of bugs from scratch
When you work with NaNLABS, we’ll use root cause analysis based on your specific project requirements to identify recurring issues. You’ll get a full set of solutions and a roadmap to debug your web app from the get-go.
You’ll work with developers with over a decade of experience in React.js and Node.js
You’ll go beyond the default Next.js configurations to build a high-performing, full-stack application. How? By drawing on over 10 years of NaNLABS’ experience working with Next.js parent technologies to provide React.js and Node.js development services.
You won’t get patches or generic solutions
When you choose custom enterprise software development for your JS application, you get a team of developers to help you make strategic decisions on your tech stack. At NaNLABS, we won’t just use the most popular technology if it’s not the right fit.
You get a team of multilingual developers
You can collaborate with a truly Agile team
Your dedicated team will be devoted to the Agile Manifesto and live by Agile principles. You’ll also get a project manager to organize work in sprints—with a deliverable at the end of each one.
Your next platform is within reach
Need extra hands? We’ve got this. Our experienced developers can help you build high-quality, SEO-friendly web apps using Next.js.
Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Does NaNLABS do Next.js development services?
What does the "next" in Next.js mean?
The "next" in Next.js means that this meta framework has the ability to manage SPA React.js apps and take its rendering approach to the next level. That’s why this tool comes with advanced built-in features like automated code splitting and high performance.
What are the most common uses of Next.js?
The most common uses of Next.js are:
SEO-friendly web apps
Progressive web apps (PWA)
E-commerce and marketplace websites
Dynamic and multilingual sites
When shouldn’t you use Next.js?
You shouldn’t use Next.js for projects when:
You don’t need to change the rendering strategy on a page level. You can keep things simple with a lightweight library instead.
You’re not sure why you need it. Using Next.js because it’s the “hot” technology, might overcomplicate your development workflow.
What’s the main difference between Next.js and React.js?
Next.js, on the other hand, is a full-stack framework that’s built from React and Node.js. Next.js comes with a large set of functionality and tools that simplify web development using React. Next.js also comes with additional features to create static pages, shorten page load time, and make it SEO-friendly.
Is Next.js better than React.js?
Can Next.js be fullstack?
Yes, Next.js can be fullstack. This technology uses React as a library and lets you build the back and front end in the same place due to a serverless model.