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Performant by Default, React Web Apps in 2020

Building performant React apps is hard. See how Next.js can help you.

Ahmad Awais at Byteconf React 2020

Building performing React apps is hard. Like really hard. You have to know how to setup webpack, Babel, code-splitting, TypeScript, and the list goes on. What about performance, eh? How about building SSR + SSG + Serverless + Offline enabled applications? In 2020, when building React web applications, my default choice is Next.js. It offers built-in performance, route prefetching, dynamic imports with code splitting, and probably the best server-side rendering experience — all of that with a no config setup. By the end of this talk, you'll be a lot less scared of creating high-performance web applications that are scalable with both static and dynamic serverless components.