Next.js, Gatsby and Remix are great frameworks, created by very smart people.
We don't like framework battles: choose the tool that you know best and that makes you reach your goals and the ones of your customers.
Next.js was the first React framework to make Server Side Rendering easy.
It is battle-tested by some of the largest websites in the world. It is very flexible, with the ability to use static generation (SSG), server side rendering (SSR) or the great incremental static regeneration (ISR).
It is backed by Vercel, one of the best modern hosting platforms.
Gatsby is a static site generator to create blazing fast websites.
It has connectors to all the main CMSs, so that you don't have to make the API calls yourself, but you just query the Gatsby GraphQL layer.
Usually it is a good choice if you like GraphQL and you need to connect to an existing CMS like a headless Wordpress, but it works like a charm with React Bricks, too.
Remix is the newest React framework. It was created by Ryan Florence and Michael Jackson, two very talented React developers and teachers.
It is based on the idea that you can do what Next.js does with incremental static regeneration with a much simpler infrastructure,leveraging SSR, an HTTP caching layer and the ability to execute functions on the edge.
It has very clean APIs for nested routing, data loading, mutation and error handling.
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