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We have worked with companies in industries like advertising, healthcare, education, and finance. For almost all of our product-level react projects, we have used Next JS or Remix JS. Here is a little secret: This website is built using Next JS 13.4.


Hire Next JS Coders to build lightning-fast websites

The JavaScript Shop website is built with Next JS. It scores 100 on all the Lighthouse metrics. It is a static site generated website which is hosted on Vercel. We have used version 13.4 to build this website.

  • Engagement Duration: Ongoing
  • Technologies Used: Next JS, Vercel
  • Team Size: 1
  • Cool Stuff: It is integrated with Stackbit which makes it easy to edit the content of the website.
Blazing fast website with Static Site Generation(SSG)

Next JS development Services: Approach

Rooted in a decade of experience, our Next.js development philosophy blends first-principles thinking with our unique approach, ensuring timely and budget-conscious project delivery.

SSR for dynamic and SSG for static

Use server-side rendering (SSR) for dynamic content and static site generation (SSG) for static content. Next.js supports both SSR and SSG, so you can choose the best approach for each page of your app. SSR is good for pages that need to be dynamic, such as product pages or blog posts. SSG is good for pages that are static, such as landing pages or about pages.

Server Components

Use server components to render dynamic content on the server. Server components are a new feature in Next.js 13 that allows you to write React components that are rendered on the server. This can be useful for pages that need to be highly dynamic or that need to access server-side data.

Incremental Static Regeneration

Use incremental static regeneration (ISR) to keep static pages up-to-date. ISR is a new feature in Next.js 13 that allows you to generate static pages at build time and then keep them up-to-date by regenerating them only when they change. This can be useful for pages that need to be static but also need to be dynamic, such as blog posts or product pages.

Serverless Functions

Use the Next.js API to create serverless functions. Next.js can be used to create serverless functions, which are functions that are executed on demand in the cloud. This can be useful for building APIs or for running background tasks.

Next Image Component

Use the Next.js Image component to optimize your images. The Next.js Image component is a custom React component that optimizes images for performance and SEO. It can automatically resize, compress, and lazy load your images.

SEO Friendly Links

Use the Next.js Link component to create SEO-friendly links. The Next.js Link component is a custom React component that creates SEO-friendly links. It automatically adds the correct prefetch and preload attributes to your links.

Modular Approach

Use a modular approach to organize your code. Next.js makes it easy to break down your code into reusable modules. This can make your code more maintainable and easier to test.

Linting and Formatting

Use a linter and formatter to keep your code consistent and error-free. Next.js supports a number of popular linters and formatters, such as ESLint and Prettier. Using a linter and formatter can help you identify and fix errors in your code early on.

FAQs: Hire dedicated NextJS developers

Still, thinking about whether we are the right fit to hire dedicated NextJS developers in India from us? We have answered some of the most common questions below. If you have any other questions, please feel free to reach out to us.

What does a typical team look like?

Most successful teams are made of 1 engineering manager/scrum master, 1 tech lead/architect, 1 senior developers, 1 junior developer and 1 QA engineer. This combination ensures that the team is able to deliver high quality software at a low cost.

How do you ensure code quality?

We use a semi-automated development process that generates code based on your requirements. This ensures that the code is always consistent and follows best practices. We also have a code review process where all code is reviewed by a senior developer before it is merged into the main branch.

How do you ensure timely delivery?

We follow agile development practices and use project management tools to track progress. All projects involve daily standups, weekly demos, and monthly retrospectives. This ensures that the team is always on track and that any issues are addressed quickly.

Why businesses are building their websites using NextJS Static Site Generation (SSG)?

SSG is a technique that generates the HTML for your pages ahead of time and stores it on the server. This can improve the performance of your application by reducing the number of requests that need to be made to the server. For example, you could use SSG to generate a static site for your blog posts.

What is Server-Side Rendering (SSR)?

SSR is a technique that renders the HTML for your pages on the server before it is sent to the client. This can improve the performance of your application by making your pages more accessible to search engines. For example, you could use SSR to render a landing page for your product.

How is routing handled in Next?

Next.js uses a file-based routing system. This means that you can create a file called pages/about.js and it will automatically be mapped to the /about route.