NahhasBlog Blog Nextjs Template

Nahhas Blog: Next.js, Tailwind CSS, Sanity" Experience Nahhas Blog, a sleek and dynamic website powered by Next.js, Tailwind CSS, and Sanity. Featuring engaging articles and a visually appealing design, this project showcases my skills in web development and design.


Last Commit: 7 months ago

Site Generator: Next.js

CSS: Tailwind

CMS: Sanity

UI: Flowbite

Archetypes: Blog

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Next.js is a React-based web framework that enables server-side rendering, static site generation, and other powerful features for building modern web applications.


React is a widely used JavaScript library for building user interfaces and single-page applications. It follows a component-based architecture and uses a virtual DOM to efficiently update and render UI components


Tailwind CSS is a utility-first CSS framework that provides pre-defined classes for building responsive and customizable user interfaces.


Build websites even faster with components on top of Tailwind CSS. Start developing with an open-source library of over 600+ UI components, sections, and pages built with the utility classes from Tailwind CSS and designed in Figma.


Sanity is a fully customizable, API-first, and cloud-based headless content management system that enables developers to manage structured content across multiple channels and platforms.


Blog websites feature posts written by one or more authors, organized by categories and tags, with a section for comments and archives sorted by date or topic. Additional features may include search bar, social media sharing, subscription or RSS feed, about and contact pages, and visual content.


PostCSS is a popular open-source tool that enables web developers to transform CSS styles with JavaScript plugins. It allows for efficient processing of CSS styles, from applying vendor prefixes to improving browser compatibility, ultimately resulting in cleaner, faster, and more maintainable code.


TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript, providing optional static typing, classes, interfaces, and other features that help developers write more maintainable and scalable code. TypeScript's static typing system can catch errors at compile-time, making it easier to build and maintain large applications.