Build Better Universal JavaScript Apps With Next.js 2.0

What Is a Universal JavaScript Application?
Just to provide a little context for the individuals that find Universal JavaScript to be a new term.
The term Universal simply means the ability to run the same code on the server, browsers, mobile devices, and any other platform. Universal JavaScript is a term people are leaning towards these days. A lot of developers also call it Isomorphic JavaScript. In short, there is a debate on the React repo about this term. Michael Jackson, a popular ReactJS developer wrote a blog post on Universal JavaScript. It’s indeed true that naming things is one of the most difficult aspects of Computer Science.