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Aug 17, 2023 ⋅ 7 min read

Build a fast, Next.js-like app with Bun

Clara Ekekenta Software Engineer and perpetual learner with a passion for OS and expertise in Python, JavaScript, Go, Rust, and Web 3.0.

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One Reply to "Build a fast, Next.js-like app with Bun"

  1. Hi Clara! Lovely article, great tutorial! I’m having a couple of issues with some of the code, and was hoping you might be able to help.

    VSC doesn’t recognise the “with” syntax at the end of the import {apiUrl} line. It also complains that “An import path can only end with a ‘.ts’ extension when ‘allowImportingTsExtensions’ is enabled.” – which is obviously something I can do myself, but thought I’d mention it in case you wanted to talk about it in the tutorial

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