Developers usually split their applications into multiple pages that can be accessed from different URLs. Each of these pages becomes a unique entry point into the application.
Code-splitting is the process of splitting the application’s bundle into smaller chunks required by each entry point. The goal is to improve the application's initial load time by only loading the code required to run that page.
Next.js has built-in support for code splitting. Each file inside your
Quick Review: Which of the following is not a goal of code splitting?