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Tim @timneutkens The Netherlands

Next.js lead @zeithq, co-author of Next.js, MDX, Micro, and ncc

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Joined Twitter 2/17/13


@datahowler @styfle @mscccc @pacocoursey @zeithq Hahahahaha @datahowler @styfle @mscccc @pacocoursey @zeithq Especially when you forget and you have to start over completely a… https://t.co/qf95lO5koc @mschoening Bug report* @mschoening Eg “x doesn’t work in my app” -> but report for something that has nothing to do with the framework bes… https://t.co/8PTvSIUzX8 @mschoening And if it’s not highlighted as “question” people keep creating random bug tickets for their questions (… https://t.co/0nGEypxNx4 @mschoening Are you asking if it’s expected? Because it is expected, we see a lot of recurring questions so sending… https://t.co/duZQAp1KDc @mschoening It does! 🚀Documentation link: https://t.co/1nNmiwu87rGitHub recently introduced 2 new configurations. - Disable skipping the issue templates (no empty issue template… https://t.co/njHC10CMrdManaged to simplify Next.js issue templates 🤩 Now the choice is Bug, Feature, or Question https://t.co/1mRjuEVQhQ @flybayer No worries! Just wanted to make that clear 👍
2/25
2020
@flybayer Might be good to nuance and not say “critical next.js bug” when you’re using an experimental feature that has warnings for usage.
2/24
2020
@sophiebits @rauchg “Silently skips the meeting” 😂 @dabit3 @honeypotio makes great documentaries 😁
2/23
2020
📣 Check out the @github Discussions beta by joining the Next.js community https://t.co/JSHzc9ednD https://t.co/FLE1Xwtm2u
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2/22
2020
@Atinux Congratulations*! Apparently my Dutch keyboard autocorrected it 😭 @Atinux Congratulation! Looking forward to seeing more 🚀Cc @_pi0_ @Atinux 😁Going to be at @vuejsamsterdam after 13:00! Let me know if you want to meet 🚀 @irisvanollefen 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 @irisvanollefen Well considering you’re my girlfriend sounds totally fine 😘 @irisvanollefen Sure! When/where 😜 @alecdotbiz @styfle Not currently! But it will soon, we’re working on something new 🚀
2/21
2020
It’s here! 👀 @zeithq https://t.co/TNHmsxNAEn
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2/20
2020
@siddharthkp @__lakshya Incredible 😂 @samselikoff @zeithq Basically have a look at https://t.co/3avVTG93cM @samselikoff @zeithq This is already coming soon: https://t.co/gAsL4SUkU2 @__morse @zeithq Sounds a lot like @divjoy!
2/19
2020
Migrated our prod React application (~25k lines) to #nextjs. Initial tests show ~50% faster First Contentful Pain… https://t.co/3lK56q5ysU
Retweeted by Tim @Daniel15 Yeah it’s in flight to being adopted basically 👍 @Daniel15 So when hosting on https://t.co/WFu9n7wY7U you get Brotli by default so showing it would be correct. Ho… https://t.co/upeIkIidSN @zeeg @leeerob @rauchg @zeithq @calibreapp does! @alexparish 9.2.2 is already out, released it 1 hour ago. This one will be in an upcoming releasePR: https://t.co/e9FdAT9sfyAutomatic 12 kB gzip decrease in First Load size in the upcoming Next.js release 🚀 We saw even bigger decreases in… https://t.co/opZhfjgPkS
2/18
2020
@matfrana @grauch Yes, you can follow the RFC on GitHub
2/17
2020
@betterbomb @tailwindcss Quite a while, next 9+ I think
2/15
2020
@andreasklinger @nikgraf @mxstbr Not really documented as it’s fully automatic and an implementation detail. But I… https://t.co/Kkknorg9Mx @andreasklinger @nikgraf @mxstbr When you click a link after a new deployment was promoted to production it will ca… https://t.co/nfaCuAGCjq @romansorinn @thisisvladan A repository would be useful to look at @thisisvladan @romansorinn Hard to say without a reproduction, if @ components is in node_modules it’d generally be… https://t.co/YDyJvfvfGs @thisisvladan @romansorinn You can use hooks in any function component, including pages.
2/14
2020
@flexdinesh Most recent talk was at https://t.co/whUnDp6tLH @wesbos Having red hair 👨🏻‍🦰 has taught me it’s better to stay inside and work on Next.js in the summer 😁
2/13
2020
@jkup @kng @iristamara_ basically us 😂 @tlackemann @AstralVTT You'll want to use https://t.co/gAsL4SUkU2
2/12
2020
@cjtantay @zeithq @arunoda @luis_fades @chibicode @_ijjk @timer150 The cover picture on your profile is less than 1… https://t.co/6Xjr2xYCI1 @cjtantay @zeithq Thanks! Lots of effort from various people: @arunoda @luis_fades @chibicode @_ijjk @timer150 😌 T… https://t.co/4y7bHhFS29
2/11
2020
@dave_bitter No worries!
2/10
2020
@tilomitra @zeithq @rauchg Soon! https://t.co/gAsL4SUkU2 @uncontainer Also if you want express-like with a smaller surface @lukeed05's polka can be used too:… https://t.co/YNzx6LYIr6 @uncontainer express apps are already a function that accepts `req` and `req`, so you can do something like: ``` c… https://t.co/dVCbChPkwbWorked on a prototype with NextJS, and their usage of the file system for routing is amazing
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2/9
2020
@toolmantim @benschwarz @zeithq What are you using express for in particular?Looking forward to getting to manage a Topic Table @reactathon about Next.js and all of the cool things we've been… https://t.co/WalccGmdAQ
Retweeted by Tim @dave_bitter That it will properly break the back button, like clicking the back button in the browser, you won’t g… https://t.co/enLzsLpcaI @erhankaradeniz @TheDevCouple @rauchg @tailwindcss https://t.co/aCYBDiDooQ Purging included @dave_bitter That's going to break the back button @TheDevCouple @rauchg @tailwindcss Also if you use styled-components (any css-in-js solution really) there's styles… https://t.co/Upy7sRfEqs @TheDevCouple @rauchg @tailwindcss It's good to also consider the significantly smaller size of the stylesheet when… https://t.co/XFbt0nDdZP
2/7
2020
@michaelaubry @iammerrick @kentcdodds @____lighthouse @renovatebot @Netlify Hey! Can you send me a dm? @ArthurBienSur @auchenberg @zeithq For client-side data fetching we recommend using the SWR pattern that currently… https://t.co/Cu5YLerlS0 @auchenberg @zeithq API routes will end up being just for logic you'd want to fetch client-side, eg you might want… https://t.co/ioXqoeOG3N @auchenberg @zeithq Just to understand what you mean, you're referring to creating an API route to then fetch it in… https://t.co/FVeTC4QbUx
2/6
2020
@wesbos also JS features like optional chaining, esmodules etc. Oh and it bundles the functions to be the smallest… https://t.co/XVlkLdbyNh @wesbos Next.js bundles every API route automatically as a separate serverless function when eg deploying to… https://t.co/wa1o9KNUu5
2/5
2020
@oliverW42355990 Probably a better idea to not do that and use built-in support for CSS modules:… https://t.co/tycXE3446d
2/4
2020
@aequasi @n_moore @zeithq Already available as experimentalIt took me about 10 mins to upgrade #nextjs and migrate to the new built-in CSS support. PRs that are mostly delet… https://t.co/RoJUU4NxRl
Retweeted by Tim @mikkelsl @rauchg Thanks! @oliverW42355990 Reasons for why that constraint exists are outlined in the document. We can’t know the correct beh… https://t.co/XWae2dzwej @oliverW42355990 Yes, there’s bigger features to solve first though and there is no consensus on what React npm dep… https://t.co/0eWRDZ54E0 @oliverW42355990 It already does: https://t.co/C8YFPDOreB @ZackArgyle The cover looks amazing 🤩 @Paratron Unlikely to be merged as we don’t want to support this use-case (rendering next inside another html struc… https://t.co/OsGIiVxK8v
2/3
2020
@christian_fei @rauchg @timer150 @_ijjk @luis_fades @matheusfrndes @marcosnils are!
2/2
2020
@rauchg @iSnake_ @tmaximini @zeithq Here’s a docs page for it: https://t.co/DeREgT5eUN @cullylarson Exactly! 🚀 @cullylarson That’s already supported with built-in css supportI’m just the cheerleader! Follow the Next.js team: ▪️@timneutkens ▪️@timer150 ▪️@_ijjk ▪️@luis_fades https://t.co/qZ31sptd9o
Retweeted by Tim @cltsang0 @Baconbrix @_alexfi @rauchg Sure @_alexfi @rauchg @Baconbrix has created a neat integration between expo web and Next.js
2/1
2020
@erhankaradeniz Working on a new feature that will solve this! More soon 👍 @tvernon_tech That should work fine href=“/[slug]” as=“/hello-world” @flaviocopes Cc @cpojer @Curial @tvernon_tech I’ve written down the reasoning in multiple issues (search for next/link in our issue tracker… https://t.co/4klBW4yb68 @Ipse_dixt_T @realAkagi @expo @zeithq That’s already supported with API routes? @jamonholmgren @simonleggsays @devongovett We’re exploring adding an option on the page level to disable scripts fo… https://t.co/jFH6Hp4p96 @jamonholmgren @simonleggsays @devongovett It’s something we’ve investigated, really tricky to do because of extern… https://t.co/LlHxLsIeCc
1/31
2020
@Cadonhien @timer150 @_developit idk! Good catch! Probably dropped off the output in @timer150’s terminal. Not rela… https://t.co/fDoPTPlPvm @gaboesquivel @timer150 @_developit That gif... wow! @tvernon_tech Yes! Generally that means your link href is not pointing to the page inside the pages dir “Href” - p… https://t.co/bTzSCj4E7N @Paratron Sounds like something that Next.js isn’t meant for 🤔 we need full control over the output to optimize. @Paratron What did you have to do? @slightlylate @timer150 @_developit Gzip! It obviously still needs more work 👍 @dustindeus @timer150 @_developit Yep! @morajabi @timer150 @_developit @NatalieMarleny 😂😂Working on something with @timer150 and @_developit, still early days, but really good results so far 🚀 https://t.co/qY1VNrbaff @CompuIves @Twitter @paularmstrong @amesimmons @sudhirmith It's to mark hole/boundaries of components
1/30
2020

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