Next.js vs Hugo
This article compared both of them based on my experience. So, maybe I missed something. Let me know in the comment.
|Prerequisite||React. Next.js is an extension of React for static websites and server-side.||Basic web development skills with Go Template. Reference; https://gohugo.io/templates/introduction/|
|Build Speed. On the same computer running development, I have 2 articles on Next.js and about 100 articles on Hugo.||Fast. 50-130 ms.||Extremely Fast. Below or equal to 10 ms.|
|Server-Side||Available. It can be Client-Side and even a Back-End because it can generate JSON REST API.||Not Available. It is static site generator only.|
|Related Content||Not Available. Require custom code.||Available.|
|Syntax Highlighting||Not Available. Require third party.||Available.|
|Deploy with a web server||Not Available. Require NodeJS. It needs a reverse proxy instead of a web server.||Available.|
Both of them are amazing, SEO-friendly, and easy to deploy. They have many themes available in the market too. It is just based on what you need.
Pick Hugo if you only focus on your content. I like the Related Content from Hugo. It is just built-in available.
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