The Most Minimalist Next.js TODO App. In this article, we will build a serverless Next.js-based TODO application. We will try our best to make it minimalist. Tagged with serverless, nextjs, redis, node. How to build a minimalist serverless Next.js-based TODO application.
In this article, we will build a serverless Next.js-based TODO application. We will try our best to make it minimalist. It will not have any database connection. It will not have any extra dependency other than Next.js. It will not have any buttons. Besides,
minimalism is cool and clean, I love it because I am a lazy developer :)
Next.js is a modern framework which enables front-end developers to develop full-stack applications. Serverless functions have an important role in simplifying backend development for Next.js developers. As you probably know, serverless functions do not like database connections due to their stateless nature. See here and here as examples of problems of database connections inside serverless functions.
REST allows client and server to communicate with no session information. This statelessness and its simple nature makes REST a perfect communication protocol for serverless environments. We will access Upstash Redis with REST.
See the demo: https://nextjs-todo-zeta.vercel.app/
Create a Next.js app:
Create an Upstash Redis database in AWS-US-EAST-1 region and copy the REST URL and token.
The project will be a single page application with 3 API endpoints:
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