I've been using Next.js for a while now and have grown to love it. It's an excellent framework for building full-stack web applications.
I'm always on the lookout for open-source projects where I can contribute. I believe it's a fantastic way to learn and enhance your skills, as well as to give back to the community.
In this brief article, I'll share nine open-source Next.js projects that welcome contributions. I hope you discover something that piques your interest.
Make sure you star the repositories you like, it's a great way to show your appreciation.
Here they are, listed in no particular order.
Meet Cal.com, the event-juggling scheduler for everyone. Focus on meeting, not making meetings. Free for individuals.
Documenso aims to be the world's most trusted document signing tool. This trust is built by empowering you to self-host Documenso and review how it works under the hood.
Formbricks is your go-to solution for in-product micro-surveys that will supercharge your product experience. Use micro-surveys to target the right users at the right time without making surveys annoying.
Next.js based SaaS starter kit saves you months of development by starting you off with all the features that are the same in every product, so you can focus on what makes your app unique.
Supabase is an open-source Firebase alternative. Supabase studio is a dashboard for managing your Supabase projects.
Open Source API Key Management. API authentication made easy.
Typebot is an open-source chatbot builder. It allows you to create advanced chatbots visually, embed them anywhere on your web/mobile apps, and collect results in real-time.
An open-source link management tool for modern marketing teams to create, share, and track short links.
OpenStatus is open-source monitoring system with beautiful status page. You can choose to host it yourself or use our hosted version.