Tim Neutkens

Articles & Tutorials

Next.js 9 Released: Q&A with Co-Author Tim Neutkens (infoq.com)
Aug 20, 2019
InfoQ interviewed Tim Neutkens, co-author of Next.js, on the motivation and contents of the recent release, and the plans for the future.
Next.js 9 (nextjs.org)
Jul 08, 2019
After 70 canary releases we are pleased to introduce Next.js 9.
  • Tim Neutkens
  • Joe Haddad
  • JJ Kasper
  • Connor Davis
  • Luis Alvarez
  • Lukáš Huvar
Next.js 8.1 (nextjs.org)
Apr 16, 2019
Today, we're excited to announce we've extended the Next.js experience to authoring AMP pages.
Next.js 8 Webpack Memory Improvements (nextjs.org)
Feb 19, 2019
Recently Next.js 8 was introduced. The release included a massive build-time memory usage reduction. This blog post will explore how we have helped optimize webpack for the community.
Next.js 8 (nextjs.org)
Feb 11, 2019
We are proud today to introduce the production-ready Next.js 8.
Next.js 7 (nextjs.org)
Sep 19, 2018
After 26 canary releases and 3.4 million downloads, we are proud to introduce the production-ready Next.js 7.
Next.js 6.1 (nextjs.org)
Jun 27, 2018
We are proud today to introduce the production-ready Next.js 6.1.
Next.js 6 and Nextjs.org (nextjs.org)
May 16, 2018
We are proud today to introduce the production-ready Next.js 6.
Next.js 5.1: Faster Page Resolution, Environment Config & More (nextjs.org)
Mar 26, 2018
We are happy to introduce Next.js 5.1, which features support for environment configuration, phases, source maps, and new Next.js plugins.
Next.js 5: Universal Webpack, CSS Imports, Plugins and Zones (nextjs.org)
Feb 05, 2018
We are very happy to introduce Next.js 5.0 to the world. It’s available on npm effective immediately.

Libraries

@mdx-js/mdx (mdxjs.com)5906
v1.2.2
Aug 09, 2019
JSX in Markdown for ambitious projects.
next (nextjs.org)34873
v9.0.3
Aug 01, 2019
Next.js is a minimalistic framework for server-rendered React applications

Video Guides & Talks

Next.js: The React Framework (youtube.com)
Aug 07, 2019
Building fast and scaleable React applications is complex. There are many pieces that have to come together, from compilation to optimization to developer experience. Furthermore there are many strategies in which websites and applications are being built today, for example statically pre-rendering, server-rendering and client-side only rendering. Let's explore how Next.js solves all of these problems for you.
Why Next.js is an effective framework to build any kind of website (youtube.com)
Jun 13, 2019
Tim and Sadek are discussing the advantages of using Next.js on top of React.
Next for Next.js (youtube.com)
May 03, 2019
With powerful features out of the box such as code-splitting, server-side rendering and powerful optimizations, this talk discusses the exciting next steps for Next.js.
ZEIT Day 2018 - Keynote (youtube.com)
May 03, 2018
In this keynote, of our third conference in San Francisco, we are talking about what we have accomplished so far and what the future of cloud computing holds. We also announced Next.js 6 and MDX.

Podcast Episodes

Embrace the PHP with Next.js, Featuring Tim Neutkens (reactpodcast.com)
Jul 07, 2019
We sit with Tim Neutkens, lead developer on Next.js, an open source framework, for react, by ZEIT. He tells us how you can get back to that beautiful, fun PHP experience but with all of the benefits of SSR, HMR, AMP, and so many more initialisms.
Tim Neutkens - Building React Apps with Next.js (fullstackradio.com)
Oct 10, 2018
In this episode Adam talks to Tim Neutkens about Next.js, an opinionated React framework for building server-rendered client-side applications.