Next.js Integration

Connect Next.js and send data from Next.js with Rudderstack.


Event Stream

Next.js Integration

Connect Next.js and send data from Next.js with Rudderstack.


Event Stream

Frequently Asked Questions

The framework uses a combination of Node.js and React to create a seamless development experience, allowing developers to write code for both the server and the client in a single codebase. This approach improves performance and SEO while also making it easier to build complex web applications.

Next.js offers several features that make it a powerful web development framework, such as server-side rendering, automatic code splitting, and static site generation. The framework also includes built-in support for TypeScript, CSS modules, and API routes, making it easier to build modern web applications. Next.js also includes a data fetching library that enables businesses to load data on the server, reducing load times and improving SEO.

To get started with Next.js, businesses need to install Node.js and create a new Next.js project using the command-line interface. Next.js comes with extensive documentation and tutorials to help businesses learn the framework quickly. Additionally, the Next.js GitHub repository is a great resource for developers looking to dive deeper into the framework.

For the complete tutorial, make sure to follow this document

Step 1: Add rudderInitialize.js file in the Next.js project with following code snippet

export async function rudderInitialize() {

(function() {

var e = (window.rudderanalytics = window.rudderanalytics || []);

(e.methods = [


















(e.factory = function(t) {

return function() {




for (var t = 0; t < e.methods.length; t++) {

var r = e.methods[t];

e[r] = e.factory(r);


(e.loadJS = function(e, t) {

var r = document.createElement('script');

(r.type = 'text/javascript'),

(r.async = !0),

(r.src = '');

var a = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0];

a.parentNode.insertBefore(r, a);






Step 2: Add following code on index.js inside pages folder

import React from 'react';

import { rudderInitialize } from '../rudderInitialize';

export default function Home() {

React.useEffect(() => {


}, []);

const search = () => {;

window.rudderanalytics.track("Track Event.");


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About Next.js

Next.js is a JavaScript-based web development framework that enables businesses to build server-side rendered React applications with ease.