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A complete guide to build full-stack unofficial Udemy clone web application in Next.js v13 and Prisma
What you’ll learn
Pages and Layout
Linking and Navigation
Server and Client Components
Static and Dynamic Rendering
Streaming and Suspense
Generate static Params
CRUD API development with Prisma
Postgres Database integration
The React Framework for the Web
In this course, You will learn all the latest features of Next.js like app directory, pages, data fetching in a new way.
You will learn these concepts in this course:
Client and Server Rendering
One of Next.js’s best features is file-based routing. Instead of dealing with complicated route settings in a program like react-router, routes can be specified using the directory project structure. By adding an entry point to the directory page, you can create a new path.
Next.js 13 includes updated file routing with the new directory. The optional app directory introduces a new layout structure as well as several new features and improvements.
The directory structure has undergone minor changes due to the new routing mechanism. Each path in the route has a dedicated directory with a page.js file that serves as the content entry point in Next.js 13.
In addition, depending on the kind of data required to generate a route, server components are automatically cached at build-time or runtime for added performance benefits.
Combining server and client components allows you to use server components for fast-loaded, non-interactive parts of your program while using client components for interaction, browser APIs, and other features.
When constructing client components for your Next.js application, you can designate them as such by using the ‘use client’; directive at the top of the file. However, if you utilize any third-party packages, you might need to create a client wrapper.
In addition, Next.js 13 introduces async components, a fresh approach to data collection for server-rendered components. When using async components, we can render systems using Promises using async & await.
Who this course is for:
NodeJs developers who want to to build full-stack web application
React developers who want to learn how to build full-stack web applications
Developers who want to learn how to build Server Rendered App
Developers who want to learn how to build static web applications
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