Ido Shamun
Apr 12, 2022 ⋅ 6 min read

Incremental Static Regeneration with Next.js

Ido Shamun Co-founder, CTO at daily.dev.

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6 Replies to "Incremental Static Regeneration with Next.js"

  1. Hi, I tried SSG with revalidation, but it fires the api request always. It’s a little hard to debug because the network tab doesn’t shows a request, but logging my api, the request is orchestrated. Maybe there is something I’d missed

  2. hello. thank you it was very usefull.
    I have a question please.

    For example with a website handling a very high number of small pages who displays always the same content, like a huge ecommerce website with 10 millions let’s be crazy, what would you use between ISR, SSG, and SSR ? in the code bellow it’s a fetch query for one page only, but how to fire all the pages rendering for exemple in SSR ?

    We cannot make a query to fetch so much data in one shoot or API/database will crash or timeout.
    Thank you

  3. Thanks for the great article.
    somewhere u said ‘returned props are forwarded to the React component as props.’ i think it is forwarded to page component not to the react component.

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