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  • Next.js 9.2 released | jimiwikman.se

    Next.js 9.2 released

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    The react framwork Next.js is releasing a new update with some nice new features like built-In CSS Imports and CSS Modules, Catch-All Dynamic Routes, Up to 70% Reduced Largest JavaScript Bundle, and Up to 87% Less JavaScript Loaded after Multiple Navigations. All of these benefits are non-breaking and fully backwards compatible.

    The new features are:

     

    Read the full blog post on all of these new changes here:

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    NEXTJS.ORG

    Next.js 9.2 introduces native support for CSS, aggressive code-splitting, catch-all dynamic routes, and more!

     

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