- Next.js, a minimalist framework for server-rendered React applications, has moved to a 2.0 release focused on enabling smaller apps and making it easy to use React.
- Developers can place React components in a directory and, by then run to get automatic code-splitting, routing, hot code reloading, and universal server- and client-side rendering.
- “We deployed a new lazy compilation mechanism that only subscribes to the pages that you’re actually working on — i.e.: all the component trees currently rendered,” developers said in a bulletin about the new version.
- “This will potentially introduce new opportunities, like the ability to stream HTML from the server as it is generated,” Next.js developers said.