By setting up a simple TypeScript monorepo.
Sharing code between NextJS projects can be easy. With yarn workspaces you can have multiple applications in a single repository — a monorepo — and use the next-transpile-modules plugin to allowing the importing of code from one into another.
I had a NextJS application which had become quite large, to the point where it made more sense to start migrating some of it to a new, separate NextJS application. But some code would be needed in both the original application and the new one.
The code I wanted to share was very simple — not worthy of its own repository, not worthy of building/publishing it and including it as an external dependency. I just wanted to import the code from one application into another.
To achieve this, I built a simple monorepo — one repository containing both of my NextJS applications — which supported code sharing between the applications. This was made easy thanks to yarn workspaces and the next-transpile-modules plugin.
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