Quickly and easily deploy your Next.js application to Heroku.
When I became a freelancer, I was afraid of deployment. As a startup employee, I always had the luxury of my coworkers nearby if anything went wrong. It was a luxury I only appreciated once it was no longer an option as these days I mostly work by myself. But that move from employee to freelancer also made me realize something else:
While deployment may seen frightening, it doesn’t have to be.
As a matter of fact, this tutorial will prove how easily and quickly you can get your Next.js application deployed to Heroku.
Prerequisites for this tutorial:
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