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- Visit our Learn Next.js course to get started with Next.js.
- Visit the Next.js Showcase to see more sites built with Next.js.
Visit https://nextjs.org/docs to view the full documentation.
The Next.js community can be found on GitHub Discussions where you can ask questions, voice ideas, and share your projects with other people.
To chat with other community members you can join the Next.js Discord server.
Do note that our Code of Conduct applies to all Next.js community channels. Users are highly encouraged to read and adhere to them to avoid repercussions.
Contributions to Next.js are welcome and highly appreciated. However, before you jump right into it, we would like you to review our Contribution Guidelines to make sure you have a smooth experience contributing to Next.js.
Good First Issues:
We have a list of good first issues that contain bugs that have a relatively limited scope. This is a great place for newcomers and beginners alike to get started, gain experience, and get familiar with our contribution process.
A list of the original co-authors of Next.js that helped bring this amazing framework to life!
- Tim Neutkens (@timneutkens)
- Naoyuki Kanezawa (@nkzawa)
- Guillermo Rauch (@rauchg)
- Arunoda Susiripala (@arunoda)
- Tony Kovanen (@tonykovanen)
- Dan Zajdband (@impronunciable)
If you believe you have found a security vulnerability in Next.js, we encourage you to responsibly disclose this and NOT open a public issue. We will investigate all legitimate reports. Email
firstname.lastname@example.org disclose any security vulnerabilities. Alternatively, you can visit this link to know more about Vercel's security and report any security vulnerabilities.