TS2786

error TS2786: ‘Component‘ cannot be used as a JSX component.

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import type {NextPage} from 'next';
import type {AppProps} from 'next/app';

type AppPropsWithLayout = AppProps & {
Component: NextPage & {
getLayout?: (page: React.ReactElement) => React.ReactNode;
}
};

export default function AdvisoryApp({Component, pageProps}: AppPropsWithLayout): JSX.Element {
const getLayout = Component.getLayout ?? ((page) => page);
return (
<>{getLayout(<Component {...pageProps} />)}</>
);
};

Fixed Code ✔️

Usually the problem derives from a mismatch in @types/react. When you have libraries that are dependent on a specific version of @types/react (i.e. v17.0.47) and you have other libraries working with another major version of @types/react (i.e. v18.0.14), then this can cause compatibility issues when using React.ReactNode or JSX.Element. You have to streamline your dependencies on @types/react, so that these follow the same major version.

You can find all libraries depending on @types/react in your project by executing npm explain @types/react (when a package-lock.json file is present) or yarn why @types/react (when a yarn.lock file is present).