We assume you already have a project. If not, you can create a new one with:
The general idea is rendering a
<meta /> tag in the
<head /> of the HTML using next/head where the image of the URL is the URL provided by Flayyer.
If you have many dynamic pages you can programmatically assign the variables of the Flayyer URL based on the attributes of the current objects within your page.
Make sure you understand how getStaticProps works.
Make sure you understand how getServerSideProps
No, it is super lightweight and simple. See it by yourself.