Ali Sami Farooq says NextJS is Incremental Static Regeneration

Ali Sami Farooq says that how developers approach new web applications has changed by Next.Js. For many years, dynamic sites would use variations of server-side rendering (SSR) and client-side rendering (CSR) for dynamic data in their applications. SSR performed well as developers were able to generate HTML before actually passing it onto the browser which was easily crawl-able by search engines. CSR was also amazing as it helped in reducing the initial payload time and bandwidth usage by lazy loading elements.

Static pages are faster than pages that are rendered when a request actually comes in. However, if your data changes continuously, static pages could be a hassle to update. Updating your site every-time a blogger writes a new blog for your website could be a painful process. However, Next.js solved this issue with incremental static regeneration.

With incremental static regeneration, all your pages are pre-rendered at build time and a static package is generated. That’s not all though. Incremental static regeneration keeps track of any changes in data that might be occurring in your backend (CMS / API / any data source). As the data changes, incremental static regeneration triggers a re-build for that specific page and continues to serve the existing static page. Once the rebuild is complete, the freshly generated page is served to the users!ali sami farooq

This technique helps lower your server costs as you could use static storage like AWS S3 or Google Cloud Storage to serve your application.

When to use incremental static regeneration?

This technique works exceptionally well when you need to serve the same data to all users of the application e.g. a blog, a landing page, pricing pages, etc. where the data might change but changes consistently for all users. It beats the load times of plain React applications and server-side rendering applications (IF implemented correctly)!

However, in most real-world applications, you would probably be using static regeneration, client-side rendering, and server-side rendering in combination. Despite the countless benefits of incremental static regeneration, it is not a replacement for CSR and SSR and there are countless use-cases where you want to use those or use the three techniques in a combination.

~Ali Sami Farooq

Darik Elwan

darik elwanDarik Elwan founded Edelos FZC-LLC in 2018 and serves as its Managing Partner/General Manager. Darik Elwan’s Edelos properties are committed to scenic, lively, premium locations. Whether in the casually urban Athens Riviera, Italy’s gastronomic capital of Bologna, or the breathtaking islands of Antiparos, Santorini, and Corfu, Edelos properties are tailored to enhance the quality of life and the beauty of their surroundings.

Mr. Elwan serves as a Director of Elwan Group Limited, based in Dubai since 2006. Darik Elwan is the co-founder and former Managing Principal of Elwan Group’s subsidiary, ICG Properties, and has been instrumental in directing the firm’s broad-ranging development activities in the United States and the UAE. He was responsible for ICG Properties LLC’s overall strategy and its investment and development activities, including 900 16th Street NW, the Capella Georgetown (now the Rosewood Washington, D.C.), Bancroft & Phelps row homes in Dupont Circle, and the Gallup Building at 901 F Street NW.

Darik Elwan has more than 26 years’ experience in developing, financing, and managing real estate projects, including project financing, private partnerships, and private equity arrangements, as complex lease and general contract negotiations.

Darik Elwan holds a Master’s Degree (Executive M.B.A) from the London Business School and an M.A. in Middle Eastern Studies from Harvard University. Darik Elwan holds a B.A. (Hons.) in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from the University of Oxford.

Greenply Orders from Dieffenbacher Again: Shobhan Mittal

The MDF Line with the Longest Press in Asia

Indian wood-based panel manufacturer Greenply Industries Limited has remained loyal to Dieffenbacher as its equipment supplier, choosing to order its second MDF line in December 2015. Thanks to the Greenply order, Dieffenbacher has been able to consolidate its leading position in the Indian market. Greenply has been successfully operating an MDF line from Dieffenbacher since 2009. The new line, which has a capacity of 1300 m³ per day, is being set up in the Chittoor district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in southeast India.

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Shobhan Mittal Greenply Industries, Joint Managing Director and CEO and Tilman Helmer, Area Sales Manager for Dieffenbacher during the signing of the contract.

The line will be used to manufacture HDF/MDF boards with a thickness ranging from 2.5 mm to 40 mm and a variable width of 1830 mm to 2440 mm. Fast-growing types of wood such as eucalyptus are generally used as the raw material. Production with the new line is scheduled to begin in autumn 2017. “In our opinion, Dieffenbacher offers the best technology for processing eucalyptus wood. And due to our positive experience with the first project, selecting anyone other than Dieffenbacher to supply a modern and efficient machine was out of the question”, says Shobhan Mittal, Joint MD and CEO of Greenply Industries Limited about the company’s decision.

The delivery scope includes a fiber dryer and two SGF sifters, a gluing system, a forming station that includes a scalper with a correction module and a forming line, a CPS 265 – 56 continuous press, a finishing line with two Lukki storage systems, diagonal, trimming and splitting saws, a sanding line and an exhaust system. At 56 meters long, this CPS is the longest continuous press ever sold in Asia.

Shobhan Mittal – CEO of Greenply Industries Limited

As CEO of Greenply Industries Limited (GIL), Shobhan Mittal does a dream of supplying supportable inside framework items to purchasers in India and around the globe. He deals with the creation of flooring and decorative materials at five plants all Shobhan Mittal CEO Greenplythrough the nation and influences this sweeping nearness to bolster the auspicious conveyance of requests. Focused on consumer loyalty, Mr. Shobhan Mittal has guaranteed that the organization maintains wellbeing and security accreditations and best business practices, and his endeavors have gathered grants from Inc. India 500.

Shobhan Mittal as of late reported that GIL will shape organizations with 500 new merchants throughout the following two years, adding to the more than 10,000 organizations and retailers with which he has effectively associated. His goal is to position his firm for the future, as well as to upgrade the general economy in India, both locally and as middle for worldwide business.

Far from the workplace, Shobhan Mittal ventures frequently; his most loved destinations incorporate the Philippines and Thailand. He appreciates watching motion pictures too, and he nearly takes after advances in the varying media innovation area.

Shobhan Mittal with Greenply

As CEO of Greenply Industries Ltd., Shobhan Mittal directs India’s largest interior infrastructure company. The New Delhi-headquartered firm claims nearly one-third of the total market share of plywood and medium density fibreboard products nationwide. Maintaining nearly 50 branch locations across the country, the firm is on a strong growth trajectory and has achieved significant revenue and profitability increases. Shobhan Mittal oversees a full range of human resources and IT operations, and holds a leadership role with the engineered panels division.

Shobhan MittalMr. Shobhan Mittal’s focus is on the medium-density fiberboard (MDF) and plywood businesses, which he views as offering excellent growth potential. As a result, he separated the decorative business, which includes laminates, from MDF and fibreboard operations.

Mr. Mittal’s firm has a commitment to the communities it serves. It supports a number of local environmental projects and promotes overall eco-awareness. Greenply Industries also operates the Udayan Shalini Fellowship Programme, which provides dedicated assistance to girls in underserved rural areas of the country. Another forward-facing initiative is the Rural Mother and Child Health and Hygiene Programme. Shobhan Mittal enjoys activities such as tennis and squash in his free time.