How Do I Create a NextJS Blog?

NextJS is a JavaScript module bundler that allows you to write modular JavaScript applications more efficiently. It also has a built-in blog system which makes it easy to create a blog application with NextJS.

To create a NextJS blog, first install the NextJS module bundler. Once installed, create a new NextJS project using the next command:

next create blog

Next, add the nextjs-blog dependency to your project:

npm install nextjs-blog –save

Next, create an index.js file in your project and add the following code:

import { NgModule } from ‘@angular/core’; import { BrowserModule } from ‘@angular/platform-browser’; import { HttpModule } from ‘@angular/http’; import { FormsModule } from ‘@angular/forms’; import { RouterModule } from ‘@angular/router’; import { NextJsBlogComponent } from ‘./components/nextjs-blog/nextjs-blog.component’; @NgModule({ imports: [ BrowserModule, HttpModule, FormsModule, RouterModule ], exports: [ NgModule ] }) export class BlogApp implements OnInit { public nextJsBlog : NextJsBlogComponent; constructor( private router: Router ) { } ngOnInit() { this.nextJsBlog = this.router.

routeHandler .map(r => r.component).filter(c => c === this.nextJsBlog); } }.

In this code, we imported the BrowserModule , HttpModule , and FormsModule . We also imported the Router Module and added it to the exports section of our BlogApp class. Finally, we added an ngOnInit() method which will initialize our NextJsBlog component when our app is initialized. In our ngOnInit() method, we first assigned our nextJsBlog instance to a property named nextJsBlog .

We then used the router’s routeHandler object to map our route paths and fetch our routes’ components using the filter() function. Finally, we assigned our nextJsBlog instance to the property named this.nextJsBlog .

Now that we have created our NextJS blog application, let’s add some content! In your index.html file, add the following code:

NextJS Blog

NextJS Blog

Hello world!

2) Add a blog post template file to your project called post.html : 3) Add the following code to post.html : 4) Add the following content to post.

html : 5) Save your post.html file and refresh your browser window to see your new blog post! Conclusion In this article, we have learned how to create a NextJS blog application using the NextJS module bundler and its built-in blog system. We also explored how to add content to our blog posts using simple HTML and JavaScript code.

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