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All about NextJS (Updated 02/2021)


MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 58 lectures (2h 59m) | Size: 1.23 GB

Is this course right for you​

Smoothly sailing from setup to production

Develop serverless/JAMstack application with NextJS, React, and TypeScript

Understand the advantages and best practices regarding Serverless architecture and how to use them to your advantage

Adhere to SEO (Search Ee Optimisation) best practices and make your content easily indexable to all search ees

Understand what React, NextJS, TypeScript, and modern tooling can do for you, and use them in the best way possible

Fundamentals of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

No previous knowledge of TypeScript, NextJS, or Serverless

This course is meant for everyone wanting to level up their application delivery with best practices and unparalleled Developer Experience.

If you're an inexperienced developer trying to figure out what stack to choose and how to start a web application.

If you're an experienced developer who wants a consistent workflow with a set a low dependency resources which integrate seamlessly and provide the best-in-industry User Experience

What is the JAMstack and Serverless

JAMstack is modern web development architecture based on client-side JavaScript, APIs, and prebuilt Mark-up. It leverages Serverless architecture to create reusable (micro)services as reusable APIs. It pre-builds all content of a website when possible and make it available through the edges of a Content Delivery Network.

A JAMstack application is either statically generated (Static Site Generation - SSG), rendered on the server (Server-side Rendering - SSR), or uses a more advanced combined technique: Server-side Pre-Rendered (SSPR). In this course, we will use SSPR to use the best of SSG and combine with SSR.

The dream-stack for the JAMstack:


like an iceberg, there is a big chunk of a NextJS app which runs on the server. For that, we need NodeJS. On top of that, we will create our own Serverless Functions, which will run entirely on the server with NodeJS.


when properly set, strong-typing brings to the table a huge advantage when using external resources (such as libraries and frameworks). It makes the code more discoverable since text editors (like VSCode) can provide with insights when we're writing the code, and safeguard us from run errors. It makes the code self-documented and allow us, in the future, to touch many moving parts without fear causing unexpected side-effects.


we will build an app that takes out the most of the Component-Based Architecture. With this, we can achieve a scalable, maintainable, and easy-to-read architecture for our User Interface. It will be easy to add more functionality in the future and replace/optimize existing features.


for the best developer experience, we get everything a high-quality production web application should have, most already baked-in and ready to be used, just a few configuration strokes away.


a performant and flexible CSS-in-JS library. It will handle our styles with great Developer Experience and compiling for the best production performance possible.


brig the JavaScript run scope to Markdown, MDX is to Markdown what JSX is to HTML. We will be able to use React components within Markdown files.

More coming

This is not a course that will be forgotten after published, it is actually only the bning. In enrolling now you guarantee access to the upcoming lessons modules. For example:

Serverless Functions: post-production phase

Content Management System (CMS) integration: recording phase

Progressive Web App (PWA): scripted

Accessibility Testing: scripted

Performance monitoring: scripted

Do you believe something should be covered

Let me know and I'll definitely consider it!

All levels of experience who are interesting in production level React, NextJS, and NodeJS applications

Everyone passionate or who wants to understand more about JAMstack and Serverless applications

This course will help you explain difficult concepts of performance within the modern web development world

After the lessons you will be able to understand modern good practices and apply them on every application you work with