Going headless with Next.js
The Norwegian Labor and Welfare Administration used Enonic and Next.js to migrate their massive site to a modern, headless architecture—without compromising the editor experience.
Build CMS driven websites with the popular React framework, and use the same technology for server-side and client-side rendering across multiple pages.
Enonic gives developers full flexibility with structured content and APIs, while content editors get an intuitive experience, including tree structure, visual page editing and real-time preview.
It seems to be on every front-end developer’s lips these days, but what exactly is Next.js?
We explain why you should use Next.js together with a headless CMS.
Use Next.js for your front-end, while editors can enjoy the familiar editorial experience and flexibility they are used to.