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Apr 17, 2023 ⋅ 14 min read

Next.js vs. React: The developer experience

Andrew Evans Husband, engineer, FOSS contributor, and developer at AWS. Follow me at rhythmandbinary.com and andrewevans.dev.

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2 Replies to "Next.js vs. React: The developer experience"

  1. Thanks for this write-up!

    One thing to note about using Next.js is that when debugging, the error messages are significantly less helpful than in React. This, in my opinion, kills the developer experience and my advice is that you need a good solid reason to start with/use Next.js. We didn’t have one other than “it seems cool and people seem to like it”.

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