Hashnode Next

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Hashnode Next

The fastest way to go headless with Hashnode. Beautifully simple Hashnode starter-kit powered by Next.js and shadcn/ui.


This product is a headless blog platform called hashnode-next that allows users to run their own copy using environment variables provided in the .env.example file. Users can contribute to the project by following the contributing guide, forking the project, creating a feature branch, committing changes, and opening a pull request. The platform is distributed under the MIT License.


  • Environment Variables: .env.example file contains all necessary environment variables
  • Contribution Guide: A guide for contributing to the project
  • Fork Project: Users can fork the project to make their own changes
  • Feature Branches: Ability to create a feature branch for new developments
  • Commit Changes: Users can commit changes using git commands
  • Pull Request: Open a pull request to merge changes
  • Authors: Information about the authors of the project
  • License: Distributed under the MIT License


To install hashnode-next theme, follow these steps:

  1. Copy the .env.example file.
  2. Rename the copied file to .env.local.
  3. Follow the contributing guide for any additional setup instructions.


Hashnode-next is a versatile headless blog platform that provides users with the ability to customize and run their own copy. By following the installation steps and contributing guidelines, users can actively engage with the project and make it their own. With the platform distributed under the MIT License, users have the freedom to modify and enhance it according to their needs.


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