Build a Responsive Business Website with Next JS 14, React, Typescript, Framer Motion​⁠

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In this video, you will learn to Build a Responsive Business Website with Next JS 14, React, Typescript, and Framer Motion. Just follow the steps and run examples!

Next JS: The React Framework for the Web – Used by some of the world’s largest companies, Next.js enables you to create full-stack Web applications by extending the latest React features, and integrating powerful Rust-based JavaScript tooling for the fastest builds.

⏱ Time Stamps
00:00:18 – Project Introduction
00:06:25 – Project Setup
00:13:10 – Font Setup
00:15:15 – Navbar Section
00:41:50 – Hero Section
00:47:45 – Email Box Section
01:21:30 – Digital Video Section
01:30:35 – What We Do Section
02:05:05 – Our Diff Section
02:23:35 – How It Works Section
02:41:50 – Who We Invest Section
02:56:20 – Testimonial Section
03:00:25 – React Slick
03:15:00 – Footer Section
03:21:40 – Sticky Header Section
03:32:10 – Final Output


Reference links:
Next JS: The React Framework for the Web

React Library Interface

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