Awesome Next.js #4

Andreas Keller / January 07, 2021

2 min read

Welcome to the first issue of 2021!

Only a couple days into 2021 and we already have new videos about Next.js 😃

By now if you have been following along you know Lee Robinson already! Vercel team member and creator of Next.js courses Mastering Next.js and React 2025.

Last week he released 10 Next.js Tips You Might Not Know!

Through this YouTube Rewind 2020 - Web Dev Edition video, I discovered some awesome established and upcoming Youtubers. One is Jeff Delaney running the Fireship channel. He released Next.js in 100 Seconds this week. A great primer and introduction to Next.js.

Zackery Wilson released a longer introduction to Next.js. In Coding A News App With Next.js he teaches us how to fetch articles from an API and display a News feed.

Ado Kukic published Technologies I am Excited To Learn and Teach in 2021 including Next.js, TailwindCSS, MongoDB and Strapi. Four technologies I'm equally excited about. He also published a video on how to use Next.js environment variables.

And Leigh Halliday released a great introduction to Next.js 10's Internationalized (i18n) Routing.

In December Jon Meyers published the video series Build an E-Commerce Platform in 25 Days with Next.js, Netlify and Stripe. One video each day from December 1 to December 25.

Build an E-Commerce Platform in 25 Days with Next.js, Netlify and Stripe It's really high quality and worth checking out!

Jake Prins released SidePage, a demo project to show an example of what you can build with the SaaS Starter kit. It reached the front page of Hacker News.

Serverless SaaS is aiming to be the perfect starting point for your next React app to build full-stack SaaS applications. Save time and skip implementing authentication, payments, teams, and more. The promo code saas-2021 is still available to the end of the week. You will receive an additional 20% off.

I bought the SaaS Starter kit in November and found the code and documentation quality to be great. It's not an affiliate link and I get nothing by promoting it, but I think it's an awesome starting point for a more complex Next.js app.

As always find more awesome Next.js videos and articles on Awesome Next.js.

Have a great week! Andreas

PS: I would love to hear from you! What makes you excited about Next.js? What do you want to learn?

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