Speed up your Next.js Site with Lazy-Loading

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โ€‹ Speed up your Next.js Site with Lazy-Loading!

โ€‹Join us for a demonstration of Lazy Loading your Slices in Next.js! We'll be joined by Lucie and Alex of Prismic's Developer Experience team, who will be live in the chat answering all your questions as we learn about:ย 

โ€‹ โฌ Loading your Slices only when needed

โ€‹ ๐ŸŽ Making your site faster

โ€‹ โš› Using a new React 18 API


โ€‹Event Details:

โ€‹Date: Wednesday, May18th

โ€‹Time: 12pm NYC / 6pm Paris

โ€‹Location: Prismic Youtube Channel

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โ€‹Prismic Team Bios- You'll find them live in the Chat!

โ€‹Lucie Haberer is a Nuxt hacker and ambassador who's into crawling GitHub to find and learn new things. She's currently working from Northern France as a Developer Experience Engineer for Prismic. Lucie loves to fiddle with Node.js and serverless things. With those technologies, she makes things ranging from bots of all sorts to questionable CLIs. Occasionally, she writes technical pieces and promotes artists' work on her blog:ย lucie.red

โ€‹Alex trost is a front end developer and educator from Connecticut. He loves learning about creative coding from others. He streams on Twitch to learn from and teach others about fun ways to build for the web. He also writes articles and a newsletter around creative coding at Frontend Horse. Alex is part of the Developer Experience team at Prismic, where he's working to make building Jamstack sites fun and easy.

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