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Incremental Static Regeneration (ISR) dramatically reduces build times, allowing developers to deliver faster changes and better site performance. With Next.js 12.1, we’ve now introduced on-demand ISR, our most requested feature by developers shipping large-scale projects.
Bryce Kalow, a senior web engineer at HashiCorp, met with us to explain how HashiCorp's engineers use ISR and on-demand ISR to iterate quickly—while maintaining flexible sites and apps.
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Since the release of Next.js, we’ve worked to introduce new features and tools that drastically improve application performance, as well as overall developer experience. Let’s take a look at what a difference upgrading to the latest version of Next.js can make.
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The largest software companies in the world use monorepos. But historically, adopting a monorepo for anything other than at a Facebook or Google scale was difficult, time-consuming, and often filled with headaches.
Since Turborepo joined Vercel, we’ve seen development teams of all sizes adopt Turborepo for faster builds and save over 200 days worth of time by remotely caching their deployments on Vercel.
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From open source to a more powerful edge, see our predictions for the future of frontend development—featuring experts in React, Next.js, Svelte, and more.
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Svelte has been voted the most loved Web framework with the most satisfied developers.
In this 45-minute interview with Lee Robinson, hear Rich Harris, the creator of Svelte, talk about his plans for the future of the framework. Other topics include funding open source, SvelteKit 1.0, the Edge-first future, and more.
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