NextJS Integration with Headless Drupal: Advanced DDEV Methods

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Kevin Quillen from Velir explores the integration of Headless Drupal with NextJS using DDEV in a recent blog post. He outlines two methods to run NextJS in a NodeJS container under DDEV, enhancing site customization and functionality. The first involves configuring extra ports and daemons within DDEV's YAML settings. In contrast, the second method proposes creating an isolated Docker container for each NextJS site, allowing for unique vanity domains and avoiding port conflicts. This approach exemplifies the flexibility and advanced capabilities of combining Drupal's robust backend with NextJS's dynamic frontend.

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