Next.js is a minimalistic framework for server-rendered React applications
Next.js is a minimalistic framework for server-rendered React applications, which supports exporting as a standalone static app without any Node.js server. The export app supports almost every feature of Next.js including dynamic urls, prefetching, preloading and dynamic imports.
On top of that, you can generate a static site or run your own node server with exactly the same codebase. This feature is killer: it gives us the flexibility to start simple, and not worry about massive refactors or technology changes as projects begin and mature, also allowing us to maintain different services using the same foundation.
For example, our docs pages are likely to stay static for a while, but other sites we work on like our learning and community portals will have user logins from the get-go and be better fit as dynamic sites. With Next, we can use the same architecture for both of these types of sites, which makes our developers much more productive.