As web development advances, the way we assemble websites and front-ends is also changing.
Web applications used to be simple static HTML pages with a few hyperlinks and terrible animations we built in our 2nd grade library time.
However, developing web applications and websites has become much more complex in this modern era.
New frameworks, libraries, and tools are developed on a daily basis and it can be hard to keep up. As a result, many advancements in web technology have focused on simplifying web development. Some of those include concepts like headless content management systems, like ButterCMS, which help simplify back-end development.
On the front-end, there are plenty of frameworks to choose from when it comes to development.
These frameworks include React.js, Angular.js, Vue.js and many more.
Both of these frameworks were developed to help ease the connection between the back and front-end. Partnered with the right headless CMS, this workflow can majorly streamline your development process.
But what is the difference between Next.JS and Gatsby? First, let's take a look at each individually.