React 18 adds new features including Suspense, automatic batching of updates, APIs like
startTransition, and a new streaming API for server rendering with support for
Next.js also provides streaming related APIs, please checkout next/streaming for details.
React 18 is now released. Read more about React 18.
Install the latest version of React:
npm install next@latest react@latest react-dom@latest
You can now start using React 18's new APIs like
Suspense in Next.js.
Next.js supports React 18 streaming server-rendering (SSR) out of the box.
Server Components are still in research and development. Learn how to try Server Components as an experimental feature in Next.js.
Next.js supports changing the runtime of your application between Node.js and the Edge Runtime at the page level. For example, you can selectively configure specific pages to be server-side rendered in the Edge Runtime.
This feature is still experimental. Learn more about the switchable runtime.