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Feb 19, 2024 ⋅ 12 min read

A guide to Next.js layouts and nested layouts

Ibadehin Mojeed I'm an advocate of project-based learning. I also write technical content around web development.

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2 Replies to "A guide to Next.js layouts and nested layouts"

  1. Thank you!
    Very helpful, I like both approaches though I prefer the App Router approach. I am testing this in Typescript since it is my language of choice. I just saw a new update 6hrs ago. Once again thank you and also for keeping it up to date.

    Greets from Sweden

  2. Hi, please help, I am working on nextjs V14.1.4.

    This is my folder structure->
    (authorized)
    ->learner-materials
    ->feedback
    page.tsx
    ->report
    page.tsx
    ->session
    page.tsx
    ->layout.tsx

    I have a folder (authorized) inside this (authorized) folder I have all authorized routes.

    and I have one RootLayout inside the authorized folder.

    and I have a learner-material route inside learner material I have 3 subroutes

    like this
    /learner-materials/feedback
    /learner-materials/report
    /learner-materials/session

    whenever the user navigates between learner material routes like feedback to report or session, the whole of root layout loads again which causes an unnecessary API call.
    how can I solve this problem please help.

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