Next.js Commerce

This guide shows you how to deploy the Next.js Commerce starter kit on the Moovweb XDN. Note that Next.js Commerce is currently under development and requires an account on the BigCommerce platform.

Next.js Commerce Example

Here is an example of the Next.js Commerce template running on the XDN. It uses all of the latest Next.js 10 features including image optimization, localization, and incremental static regeneration with stale-while-revalidate.

Getting Started

The easiest way to try Next.js Commerce on the XDN is to clone and deploy the version from the XDN examples:

  1. Register for a free account on the XDN sign up page.

  2. Clone the XDN examples repository:

git clone
  1. Navigate to the nextjs-commerce example directory and install the required modules via yarn:
cd xdn-examples/nextjs-commerce/
yarn install
  1. Deploy to the XDN:
npm run xdn:deploy

Learn more

For more details on using Next.js on the XDN refer to the Next.js Guide.

Deploying the official Next.js Commerce repository

If you wish to deploy to the XDN from the official Next.js Commerce repository, follow these steps:

  1. Register for a free account on the XDN sign up page.

  2. Install the XDN CLI globally

npm i -g @xdn/cli
  1. Clone the official Next.js Commerce repository and install the dependencies via yarn:
git clone
cd commerce
yarn install
  1. Run XDN init in the project directory:
xdn init
  1. Update the top of your next.config.js file to wrap the module export with withXDN and withServiceWorker like so:
const { withXDN, withServiceWorker } = require('@xdn/next/config')

module.exports =  withXDN(withServiceWorker(bundleAnalyzer({

  // of the next.config.js content

  // !! Don't forget to add two additional closing parenthesis in the line below !!
  1. Remove this section from package.json which uses Webpack 5:
  "resolutions": {
    "webpack": "5.11.1"
  1. Add the encoding package:
yarn add encoding
  1. Create a file called .env.local in the project directory and add your BigCommerce API keys to it:
# Created by Vercel CLI

An example .env.local file is in the the XDN examples repo.

  1. Deploy to the XDN:
xdn deploy

This should result in output like the following which confirms the deployment:

***** Deployment Complete ***************************************************************
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*  🖥  XDN Developer Console:                                                            *
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*  🌎 Website:                                                                          *
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