Next.js is a React framework for rapid development. I tried it for almost a month. I will write a blog post on that separately.
By default Next.js searches for pages in the project root directory. There is a way to tell next to look for pages in different directory. The solution were copied from the github issue from next.js and credit goes to github user brainkim
$ next ./src $ next dev ./src $ next build ./src $ next start ./src -p 8080
Here, “next ./src” – will start next client on src folder.
“next build ./src” – This instruct next.js to look for pages inside “src” directory
“next start ./src -p 8080” – This instructs next.js to start server on src directory with port 8080.
I spent almost more than an hour trying to figure out the solution. Hope this comes handy to some people.