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Next.js : Install2022/06/28

Install Next.js which is a React-based web development framework.
[2] Create a test Next.js application with a common user.
[cent@dlp ~]$
mkdir testproject

[cent@dlp ~]$
cd testproject
# create Next.js application [test-app]

[cent@dlp testproject]$
npx create-next-app test-app

Need to install the following packages:
Ok to proceed? (y) y
Creating a new Next.js app in /home/cent/testproject/test-app.

Using npm.

Installing dependencies:
- react
- react-dom
- next

added 15 packages, and audited 16 packages in 7s


[cent@dlp testproject]$
cd test-app
# run development server

[cent@dlp test-app]$
npm run dev

> test-app@0.1.0 dev
> next dev

ready - started server on, url: http://localhost:3000
wait  - compiling...
event - compiled client and server successfully in 2.8s (125 modules)
Attention: Next.js now collects completely anonymous telemetry regarding usage.
This information is used to shape Next.js' roadmap and prioritize features.
You can learn more, including how to opt-out if you'd not like to participate in this anonymous program, by visiting the following URL:

# build and run the app in production mode

[cent@dlp test-app]$
npm run build

> test-app@0.1.0 build
> next build

info  - Checking validity of types
info  - Creating an optimized production build
info  - Compiled successfully
info  - Collecting page data
info  - Generating static pages (3/3)
info  - Finalizing page optimization


  (Server)  server-side renders at runtime (uses getInitialProps or getServerSideProps)
  (Static)  automatically rendered as static HTML (uses no initial props)

[cent@dlp test-app]$ npm start 

> test-app@0.1.0 start
> next start

ready - started server on, url: http://localhost:3000
  Access to the URL that is shown on the console above from any client computer, and then that's OK if following app is shown.
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