Blazity, a software consulting company specialising in Next.js development, is set to participate in an expert panel addressing the frontend architecture challenges encountered by Generative-AI companies at the Next.js Conf: London Watch Party.
Organised by Vercel, the Next.js Conf stands as the premier event for the entire Next.js community, serving as a gathering point for developers and business leaders dedicated to advancing the ecosystem as a whole.
Blazity’s co-founder, Jakub Czapski, will be a key member of the expert panel with a focus on emphasising the pivotal role of frontend technologies, particularly Next.js, in shaping the user experience within the realm of generative AI companies.
In collaboration with experts from WPP, Jakub will delve into the distinctive challenges confronting AI companies and underscore the critical contributions of Next.js and headless architecture in surmounting these challenges.
As AI-powered solutions are rapidly gaining adoption, AI companies often grapple with burgeoning user bases and escalating data demands. The headless software architecture advocated by Blazity disentangles the frontend presentation layer from the backend logic and data layer. This separation paves the way for horizontal scalability, empowering startups to efficiently manage surges in traffic and data loads.
Headless architecture equips AI startups with the capability to experiment, iterate, and make modifications to the frontend interface without impacting the underlying AI algorithms or backend infrastructure. It enables the swift updating of the frontend independently, facilitating a quicker time-to-market and the agility to adapt promptly to evolving business requirements.
Jakub Czapski, Blazity’s co-founder, articulated this perspective, stating, “Integrating backend AI models with the frontend and performance optimisation are just some of the challenges highlighted by our clients. We believe that with its server-side rendering, speed, scalability, and flexibility, Next.js is truly the best frontend framework for Generative-AI companies.”
“As the AI landscape is growing and changing rapidly – time to market is key,” Jakub added. “Headless architecture enables horizontal scalability, allowing companies to handle high traffic and data volumes more efficiently. They can scale the frontend independently from the backend, ensuring optimal performance and responsiveness even during peak usage periods.”
Throughout the panel discussion, participants will also delve into other challenges confronting the broader AI ecosystem, including bridging the skill gap and recruiting talent equipped to grasp the distinctive intricacies of frontend development in AI applications.
This panel promises to be a valuable resource for developers and organisations seeking to harness the full potential of Next.js and headless architecture. Blazity’s active participation underscores the company’s unwavering commitment to staying at the forefront of technological advancements in web development.