Static sites are great. They are fast, cheap, secure, and easy to maintain. But generating static assets is a process that takes more and more time while our site gets bigger. We will talk about Incremental Static Regeneration (ISR), a feature that Next.js framework offers us to generate static pages at runtime. With it, we get the benefit of static, but supporting dynamic data and page re-rendering on demand.
We will talk about static web pages, static site generation and, in particular, Next.js. We will present Next.js Incremental Static Regeneration (ISR). We’ll see how it works and code a little example.
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