Dynamic Font Loading with Next.js 14

Demonstrate how to dynamically load fonts using the `next/head` component and local font files in a Next.js application to reduce unnecessary font loading and improve performance.
import Head from 'next/head';

export default function Home() {
  return (
        {/* Dynamic font loading for local font files */}
            @font-face {
              font-family: 'CustomFont';
              src: url('/fonts/custom-font.woff2') format('woff2');
              font-weight: 400;
              font-style: normal;
              font-display: swap;
      {/* Rest of the component */}
In the Next.js component, we import the Head component and use it to dynamically load our local font file. Preloading the font as a resource indicates to the browser that this font file is important and should be loaded early on. We also define a custom `@font-face` in inline styles, specifying the font family name to be used in CSS, the path to the font file, and a `font-display` property with the value 'swap' to ensure text remains visible during font loading.