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Alex Merced
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Feb 24, 2022 ⋅ 2 min read

Deploying Next.js to AWS using Serverless Next.js

Alex Merced I am a developer, educator, and founder of devNursery.com.

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One Reply to "Deploying Next.js to AWS using Serverless Next.js"

  1. Thanks for this great article. You said `Make sure to include your AWS credential as .env variables in the command` but I think these credentials can be stored in github settings and then use git action to deploy.

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