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Progress Bar in Next.js

Progress Bar in Next.js

Display a Progress Bar on route changes in a Next.js app.

Ravgeet Dhillon
·Jul 29, 2021·

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Sometimes when you transition from one route to another, it takes a little time to do so due to different factors. Behind the scenes, it may be rendering a complex page component or doing an API call. In such cases, the app looks like it has frozen for some seconds and then suddenly transitions to the next route. This results in a poor UX. In such cases, it is better to add a progress bar to your application that gives your users a sense that something is loading.

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to implement a progress bar in a Next.js application.

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