Boost performance and easily make the leap from React to Next.js

All about Next.js

Whether you’re dipping your toes into the app development waters and wondering, “What is Next.js?” or you already know the ropes and are exploring this open-source React framework, you’ve come to the right place.

At Ship Shape, our veteran engineers recommend Next.js because it’s one of the most performant frameworks. With server-side rendering (SSR) and routing, TypeScript support, smart bundling, route pre-fetching, and more, it’s a great choice for production-ready web apps.

Teams who have worked in generic React apps can easily make the leap into Next.js. If you’re wondering “What is Next.js, and can my team transition?” Ship Shape’s experienced developers not only consult and develop in Next.js, but also train and mentor teams to maintain and improve their code over time.

Some of our favorite Next.js features include:

Automatic image resizing and one-off, on-the-fly image generation

Out-of-the-box internationalization features

Amazingly high performance

Zero config! Developing features is a simple “yarn dev” away

We’ll never leave you high and dry

Ship Shape is committed to leaving every engineering team we work with better than we found it. Not only do we build robust, reliable software, but we also train your staff along the way to understand, maintain, and improve your product after our engagement ends.

I loved working with Ship Shape. They helped our small team build a product from the ground up and were strong partners every step of the way. Their domain expertise in Next.js and React helped lay the foundation for a scalable codebase, and they were great at ensuring we adhered to engineering best practices. Every member of the team was a pleasure to work with and (best of all) we ended up launching our MVP on schedule!

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Harley Sugarman

Founder, CEO at Enigma

We ❤️ the Next.js Community

We’re a team of makers who are passionate about improving software products and the people who create them.