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Ogundipe Samuel
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Oct 4, 2022 ⋅ 7 min read

Build a server-rendered React app with Next.js and Express

Ogundipe Samuel Software engineer and technical writer.

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8 Replies to "Build a server-rendered React app with Next.js and Express"

  1. I was having problems with the ‘/p/:id’ request. I solved it adding a return to the app.render line:
    return app.render(req, res, actualPage, queryParams);

  2. server.js file executes client side rendering and sever side rendering??
    i think when client side rendering, server.js doesn’t execute..

  3. Hello,
    I tried it, the response in the route ‘posts/:id’ is returning all the posts but not only my post id…..(I tested the url “http://localhost:3000/posts?id=123” with Postman, with the id as a query params).
    Am i missing something? Thanks!

  4. How do you access, the queryParams object in the rendered page ? Sorry if it’s an obvious answer but I’m just starting to play around with nextjs

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