Improving the Next.js config

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  • Next.js

    The React Framework

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  • vite-plugin-markdown

    A vite plugin to import a Markdown file in various formats like Front Matter, HTML, ToC, and React/Vue Component

    vite-plugin-markdown: Import markdown files content, frontmatter, etc.

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    🖖 Vue.js is a progressive, incrementally-adoptable JavaScript framework for building UI on the web.

    For the past few years I have been an avid lover of Vue.js and in the past year or so been using it in combination with Vite, an all new build tool that is just out of this world fast ⚡. However, spending more time working in the industry I have learned to fall back in love with React and more specifically Next.js.

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    Next generation frontend tooling. It's fast!

    For the past few years I have been an avid lover of Vue.js and in the past year or so been using it in combination with Vite, an all new build tool that is just out of this world fast ⚡. However, spending more time working in the industry I have learned to fall back in love with React and more specifically Next.js.

  • tsup

    The simplest and fastest way to bundle your TypeScript libraries.

    I personally don't like using the CommonJS syntax where possible. To the point that for most projects now when I want to write a simple Node script I quickly add tsup so I can use TypeScript & a number of other handy features. One scenario I particularly hate is when a library offers a object type definition & but you have to use the JSDoc @type {import('...').TypeName} syntax to use it.

  • Tailwind CSS

    A utility-first CSS framework for rapid UI development.

    Imagine if you could add TailwindCSS to your Next.js project by just doing this:

  • React

    A declarative, efficient, and flexible JavaScript library for building user interfaces.

    For the past few years I have been an avid lover of Vue.js and in the past year or so been using it in combination with Vite, an all new build tool that is just out of this world fast ⚡. However, spending more time working in the industry I have learned to fall back in love with React and more specifically Next.js.

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    Universal icon framework. One syntax for FontAwesome, Material Design Icons, DashIcons, Feather Icons, EmojiOne, Noto Emoji and many other open source icon sets (100+ icon sets, 100,000+ icons). SVG framework, React, Vue and Svelte components!

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