Is the next.js pages folder required?
The src folder is an alternative to the next.js pages folder.
In the nextjs pages, the
pagesfolder is required that is true. But if you have an old reactjs-based project, you convert it into the nextjs.
GitHub - officialrajdeepsingh/nextjs-src-folder
This is a Next.js project bootstrapped with create-next-app . First, run the development server: Open…
I know the
src folder is very common in reactjs development.
Then you have an option for the
src folder for your project. You should move all router files into
But if you add all routes files, move to the
src folder. Then nextjs generate an error.
- If you add routing in
src. Then you face a couldn’t find a
- You have a
pagesfolder in your directory. Then nextjs will ignore
src/pagesfolder environment variables are not working.
You use an
src folder as the main code folder in your old day. When I shift react to next, I miss a lot of time in the
but when you use the
src/pages folder in your project. Then you never use environment variables in your project.