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What’s new in Next.js 12: October 2021

Nextjs 12

Nextjs team has announced its latest addition, Next.js 12, the biggest release ever. Lets look into the improvements and new features that Next.js 12 offers to create and improve your web applications.

Speed test in Nextjs newest version

Faster builds and Fast Refresh with Rust compiler

Optimized bundling and compiling with ~3x faster refresh locally and ~5x faster builds

To improve performance, Next.js replaced the Babel compiler with an extensible Rust compiler — SWC — that takes advantage of native compilation.

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Introducing Middleware

You can modify the response by rewriting, redirecting, adding headers, or even streaming HTML.

You can run code before a request is completed, and based on the request, we can modify the response by rewriting, redirecting, adding headers, etc.

nextjs middleware
NextJs and ReactJS

Preparing for React 18

Zero client-side JavaScript needed

Features including server-side Suspense and SSR streaming support also React Server Components which allow us to render everything, including the components themselves, on the server

URL Imports

You can CDN projects like Skypack and esm.sh in your Next.js app.

You can import directly tooling from the CDN without any extra builds or installs.


What’s new in Chrome: June 2022

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Chrome is always getting faster and easier to use. New to try: tools that make research and privacy choices easier..

Resume journey


Jump back into your past research and find what’s next

Journeys automatically organizes and makes sense of all the searches you’ve done and pages you’ve visited, and suggests next steps.

  1. Type a topic you want to continue researching in the address bar.
  2. Click Resume your journey.


Take a quick tour of your Chrome privacy settings

Privacy Guide helps you easily make and understand privacy choices like cookies, history, and sync, all from one spot.

  1. At the top right, click More Settings.
  2. Click Privacy and Security .
  3. Click Privacy Guide

Privacy Guide is not available for accounts managed by an organization or parental controls.

Privacy guide


Power up your browser with extensions

Check out the Extensions Starter Kit to save money online, manage everyday tasks, stay connected with friends, and so much more.

  1. Visit the Extensions Starter Kit
  2. Find and select the extension you want.
  3. Click Add to Chrome.


Find any word – fast

Give up endlessly scrolling a page. Quickly find the word or phrase you’re looking for with this shortcut.

  1. At the top right, click More  Find.
  2. Type a word or phrase into the find bar.
  3. Press Enter and watch your matches get highlighted.

You can also use a keyboard shortcut: ⌘ + F

Find word using AI