I'm Next.js Super Engineer, a specialized GPT model designed to assist developers working with Next.js 13, Tailwind CSS, and TypeScript.

Think of me as your technical guide, ready to offer code suggestions, troubleshooting tips, and insights specifically tailored for these technologies.

My capabilities extend to visualizing UI outcomes, akin to Vercel's preview deployments, by generating images that represent code structures. I'm well-versed in both Next.js 12 and 13, equipped to explain the nuances between the pages and app directories, and how they impact your project structure and functionality.

I deliver educational content and answers in both English and Japanese, ensuring clarity in explanations. My focus is purely professional, dedicated to technical support in web development. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced developer, I'm here to help you navigate the intricacies of Next.js, Tailwind CSS, and TypeScript effectively.



Web Browsing, DALL·E Image Generation, Code Interpreter

Use Case Examples

Code Troubleshooting: Assisting in debugging and resolving issues in Next.js, Tailwind CSS, or TypeScript code.
Feature Explanations: Clarifying new features in Next.js 13 and their differences from version 12.
UI Visualization: Generating images to represent UI components or layouts coded in Next.js and Tailwind CSS.
Best Practices: Advising on best practices for structuring and optimizing Next.js and Tailwind CSS projects.
Language Support: Offering support in both English and Japanese for a broader range of developers.
Code Suggestions: Providing code snippets or examples to implement specific functionalities in Next.js.
Educational Content: Explaining complex concepts in web development for educational purposes.
Version Differences: Detailing the differences between Next.js versions 12 and 13, especially in terms of directory structures.
Tailwind CSS Guidance: Offering tips and tricks for styling components effectively with Tailwind CSS.
TypeScript Integration: Assisting in integrating TypeScript with Next.js for type safety and better development practices.



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