“Learning Next.js from someone like Eric, who rewrote the VulcanJS framework with Next, is a no-brainer.”

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Master Next.js in 3 days

A live course that teaches you how to create full-stack web applications with Next.js.

Deepen your full-stack developer skills with Next.js

Next.js is a complex beast. I've spent more than 2 years taming the framework, working as a professional full stack developer for startups and open source projects.

In this 3 days course, I will share with you everything I've learnt about Next. Some basic things you'll find in the official documentation, but also pro insights that will help you master the most advanced features of Next.js.

  • How to create a multi-page website with optimal performances
  • Adding API routes to create full-stack applications
  • Speed up your site with image optimization, Jamstack patterns and server-rendering
  • What "serverless" means and how it can benefit your project
  • + Tips from the trenches

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Course program

The content covered in the course goes from Next.js basics to advanced optimization patterns.

The course is entirely live. No pre-recorded video, no automated exercises. Your teacher is an actual human and you can ask all the questions you want in real-time!

I teach at a company called "Human Coders" for a reason ;)

  1. Day 1: Discovering Next

Practical application project

Next.js is a framework for real-life projects.

Let's learn it on a real-life use case.

Together we will build the most performant e-commerce in the world! The materials you'll learn on this project can be applied to any content-heavy application: blogs, media, company websites, SaaS, and the list goes on.

After the course is over, you will keep all the course materials and the application you created.

  1. Setup some pages

    Get familiar with Next.js routing system and dynamic pages.

  2. Add styling and data

    Create realistic pages and fetch data efficiently with SWR.

  3. Optimize with server rendering

    Master one of Next.js key feature to make your website faster: per-request and build-time server rendering.

  4. Go fully full stack!

    Turn your front-end website into a full-stack application with a serverless backend.



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Your Teacher

Eric Burel – I’ll be your Next.js teacher for the next 3 days!

I’ve been creating startup SaaS products for more than 5 years. I've started using Next.js for this purpose as soon as it became a true full-stack framework, in 2019, with the release of API routes (now Route Handlers).

I am a huge fan of the open source ecosystem around JavaScript, React, Node and Next.js. This passion lead me to contribute to the State of JavaScript survey as a member of the Devographics collective.

I've carried out researches on the topic of server-side rendering that later on allowed me to create a new pattern for the Jamstack, "Segmented Rendering".

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About Human Coders

This 3 days Next.js course is part of the Human Coders family.

Human Coders is a prestigious training organization based in France. It possesses the relevant certifications needed to guarantee the quality of each course.

  1. Live learning in small groups

    Learn in groups of 3 to 5 participants with a real teacher.

  2. Courses to cover the fundamentals

    Not yet familiar with TypeScript, Node or React? We also have that!

  3. Trusted by many companies

    Human Coders is already trusted by major French companies and governemental organizations: Schneider Electric, Decathlon, Malt, Louvre Museum, the French Ministry of Justice...

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