next-transpile-modules VS next-optimized-images

Compare next-transpile-modules vs next-optimized-images and see what are their differences.


Next.js plugin to transpile code from node_modules (by martpie)


🌅 next-optimized-images automatically optimizes images used in next.js projects (jpeg, png, svg, webp and gif). (by cyrilwanner)
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MIT License MIT License
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Posts with mentions or reviews of next-transpile-modules. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-10-24.


Posts with mentions or reviews of next-optimized-images. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-01-28.
  • Should I use Create React App, or ViteJS?
    6 projects | | 28 Jan 2022
    But yes, it felt more finnicky if that makes sense. I'd suggest building your own image thing using next-optimised-images to suit your exact preferences. You can generate a blurred low res image, a higher res version and overlap them together to essentially re-create a lite version of Image component :
  • Serverless Next.js on AWS with Terraform 1.1
    6 projects | | 27 Jan 2022
    Next.js component is not supported (see Next.js Image loader). Use img instead. The sample project is already set up to use next-optimized-images which can instead be used to serve images.
  • Day 52 of 100 Days of Code & Scrum: Back From Break, Now Stuck on next/image Static Page Issues
    1 project | | 1 Dec 2021
  • Is it just me or is Gatsby SUPER fragile ;
    1 project | | 15 Oct 2021
    next.js actually does images even better in my experience, There's no magical Gatsby Image plugin but you can use next-optimized-images which will give you all the raw materials such as traced SVGs, etc and you can build your own image component around that very easily which you have full style control over.
  • Next.js 11.1: ES Modules support, Rust-based tooling, Improved Build Performance
    2 projects | | 12 Aug 2021
    We aren't using anything at the moment but you can use for example
  • Next.js 11
    7 projects | | 15 Jun 2021
    That's why I removed next/image and ended up using

    That lets you export the images pre-optimized for different sizes/etc. You can then do a normal next export.

  • Next.js 10.2 – Improved Performance, Accessibility, Automatic Font Optimization
    8 projects | | 28 Apr 2021
    You can still use `next/image` when outputting a static site, as long as you use `next start`. Using `next export` removes the server entirely, meaning you can't optimize images on demand.

    There's an open issue to explore optimizing images at build time, but for now, you can use

    6 projects | | 25 Apr 2021 is predominately built using Next.js and Tailwind CSS. Two Next.js plugins, next-seo and next-optimized-images, to handle the SEO orientated properties and optimise images for different device sizes respectively. Additionally, React Icons supplies any social icons, EmailJS powers the contact form and Framer Motion adds animations to the site.
  • ImageMagick, TinyPNG, WebP... What are your best practices for image optimization?
    6 projects | | 19 Mar 2021
    I like your style 😎 Im using next.js for incremental static regeneration . I've been going down rabbit hole after rabbit hole regarding image optization. I found this, .
  • Wallis Family Mediation (previously Wallis Consultancy)
    2 projects | | 1 Feb 2021
    The website for Wallis Family Mediation is written using the React framework Next.js, which enables functionality such as generating static websites, and Tailwind CSS for styling. Combining these technologies allowed me to build the website efficiently whilst maintaining a well-written React app. Each page of the website is dynamically created at build time from Markdown files using Next.js dynamic routes and the getStaticPaths function. In addition, I used two external Next.js plugins called next-seo and next-optimized-images to ensure that the website has good SEO and all images are compressed and resized to make the page load time as fast as possible. The contact form is powered by EmailJS and uses reCaptcha to stop spam mail. Finally, I added Netlify CMS so that Mike can make his own changes to the website. Netlify CMS uses Markdown files so it integrates seamlessly with the existing Markdown pages utilised.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing next-transpile-modules and next-optimized-images you can also consider the following projects:

Next.js - The React Framework

astro - Build fast websites, faster. 🚀🧑‍🚀✨

SWR - React Hooks for Data Fetching

squoosh - Make images smaller using best-in-class codecs, right in the browser.

Tailwind CSS - A utility-first CSS framework for rapid UI development.

react-icons - svg react icons of popular icon packs

lerna - :dragon: A tool for managing JavaScript projects with multiple packages.

next-super-performance - The case of partial hydration (with Next and Preact)

next-seo - Next SEO is a plug in that makes managing your SEO easier in Next.js projects.

browserify - browser-side require() the node.js way

marko - A declarative, HTML-based language that makes building web apps fun

jpeg-archive - Utilities for archiving JPEGs for long term storage.