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Kapeel Kokane
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Sep 14, 2023 ⋅ 10 min read

Working with the Next.js 13 App Router

Kapeel Kokane Coder by day, content creator by night, learner at heart!

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9 Replies to "Working with the Next.js 13 App Router"

  1. I don’t think “App” is production ready as the async jsx is not possible yet. dose it work for someone?

    const SubComponent = async () => { // <— async will cause promise error
    return async
    }

    export default function Sidebar() {
    return sidebar // <– this will error and die
    }

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