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README.md

@terribleplan/next-cloudflare

This is pretty rough right now, but it works and can hopefully used to foster discussion in the next.js project around a different/better/additional serverless interface.

Quickstart

  1. Set up my fork of next.js.
    1. git clone https://github.com/terribleplan/next.js
    2. yarn && pushd packages/next-server && npm link && popd && pushd packages/next && npm link && npm link next-server && popd
  2. Install this package to your project, and use my forked next
    1. yarn add @terribleplan/next-cloudflare && npm link next
    2. Edit your next.config.js to have target: 'unified',.
  3. Build things
    1. npx next build && npx next-cloudflare

Usage

This package is usable as an npm module as well as a CLI.

CLI

--input

The project directory that houses the .next build output directory. Defaults to whatever directory the command is invoked from.

This is passed as cwd to the programmatic API

--output

Where to write the output to. Defaults to cloudflare-bundle.js in the input directory (which defaults to the current working directory).

API

Usage

const nextCloudflare = require('@terribleplan/next-cloudflare');

const bundleString = await nextCloudflare(options);

console.log(bundleString);

options.cwd

The project directory that houses the .next build output directory. Defaults to process.cwd().