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What are the differences between EJS/Handlebars and Nextjs?

asked 2022-11-07 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2021-09-06 20:00:00 +0000

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EJS/Handlebars and Nextjs are different in terms of their functionality and use cases.

  1. EJS/Handlebars:
  2. EJS (Embedded JavaScript) and Handlebars are both JavaScript templating engines that allow developers to create dynamic HTML pages.
  3. They require a server-side setup to render templates and generate HTML.
  4. They are commonly used for simple websites or applications.

  5. Nextjs:

  6. Nextjs is a framework for building React applications.
  7. It offers SSR (Server-Side Rendering) and SSG (Static Site Generation) out-of-the-box, which enhances website performance and SEO.
  8. It allows developers to create complex, production-ready web applications with ease.
  9. Nextjs is best suited for larger, scalable web applications.

In summary, EJS/Handlebars are simple templating engines that are useful for smaller websites or applications, while Nextjs is a more robust framework best suited for larger, scalable applications.

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