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    The easiest way to integrate ServerlessQueue with your Next.Js project.

    Getting Started

    1. Create a free ServerlessQueue account and save your token as an environment variable called SERVERLESS_QUEUE_TOKEN in your .env.local file
    1. Add this library to your project
    npm install --save @serverless-queue/nextjs
    1. Create your first queue by creating a new api route and defining the worker function
    // pages/api/queues/example.js
    import { Queue } from "@serverless-queue/nextjs"
    export default Queue(
        async (job) => {
            // implement the background job here
    1. Enqueue a job by importing your new queue and calling .enqueue on it with the payload needed to complete the job
    // pages/api/example.js
    import exampleQueue from "./queues/example"
    export default async (req, res) => {
        // handle logic that can be completed as part of the request
        // enqueue a job to complete work 
        // that should be completed asynchronously after the request
        await exampleQueue.enqueue({ field: "value" })

    End-to-End Encryption

    Serverless Queue supports encrypting the job payload data so that our servers never have access to potentially sensitive information. To enable this feature simply set a 32 character encryption key using the environment variable SERVERLESS_QUEUE_ENCRYPTION_KEY and the client library will automatically encrypt and decrypt the payload using this key.


    npm i @serverless-queue/nextjs

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