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Compose Prismic queries into your Next.js projects.





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React library for integrating @ryanhefner/react-prismic into the server-side rendering of your Next.js app.


Via npm

npm install --save @ryanhefner/next-prismic

Via Yarn

yarn add @ryanhefner/next-prismic

How to use

To use next-prismic, just set the parameters that will be used by the PrismicClient from @ryanhefner/react-prismic and wraps your Next.js app in a PrismicProvider and handles initiating both the PrismicClient for both SSR/requests and the browser client.

Any PrismicQuery instance that appear in your React tree will be queued and requested server-side and included in the initial state to make reduce the requests being made by the client and results in your Next/React app rendering faster client-side.

Here’s an example of how it is used:

import App, { Container } from 'next/app';
import React from 'react';
import { withPrismic } from 'next-prismic';

// Prismic config properties
// This is name that is before `` when you are looking at your repo
// in Prismic. (ex. ``, the `repo` would be `your-repo`)
const repo = '[PRISMIC REPO PREFIX]';

class MyApp extends App {
  static async getInitialProps({ Component, ctx, router }) {
    let pageProps = {};

    if (Component.getInitialProps) {
      pageProps = await Component.getInitialProps({ ctx });

    return { pageProps };

  render() {
    const {
    } = this.props;

    return (
        <Component {...pageProps} />

export default withPrismic({


Higher-order component that takes the options provided, wraps your app within a PrimicProvider (from @ryanhefner/react-prismic) and performs the necessary server-side rendering logic to deliver your React app with all your Prismic data pre-requested/compiled into it.


  • repo: string - The name of the Prismic repo you plan on querying.

This is name that is before when you are looking at your repo in Prismic.

repo should be good for 94.6% of instances when using this class. If you want to get fancy, the following props are also available for you.

  • api: PrismicApi - If you’re already initialzing an instance of the Prismic API outside of the PrismicProvider, you can pass that in to keep using that same one.

If you have a reason to override the Prismic API witth your own logic, like hitting your own custom endpoint, it should be assumed that your instance of the Prismic API matches the interface of the original.

  • client: PrismicClient - Client that will be used to make requests against Prismic.

  • cache: Cache | iterable | string - Cache instance to initialize the client cache with.


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