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Ibrahima Ndaw
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Apr 24, 2023 ⋅ 13 min read

Using Next.js with TypeScript

Ibrahima Ndaw JavaScript enthusiast, full-stack developer, and blogger who also dabbles in UI/UX design.

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2 Replies to "Using Next.js with TypeScript"

  1. This is good but how can we define types globally so that we don’t need to keep importing them each time?

  2. You should clarify that this blog uses the Pages Router and not the App Router. According to the docs, the App Router is the default router in 13.4.19

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