In this post, we’ll walk through how server-side rendering works in react apollo and how we can take advantage of this to start migrating our SSR-enabled applications to GraphQL.
A beginner’s guide to React Server-Side Rendering (SSR). We are going to talk about server-side rendering (SSR), its benefits, and its pitfalls. Then we will set up a mini React project and an express server (Node.js) to demonstrate how SSR can be achieved.
An overview of the differences between client-side rendering and server-side rendering and how to change your Angular application to do…
In this Angular 10 tutorial, we will show you a practical exercise on building a CRUD web application using Angular Universal Server-side rendering (SSR). Server-side rendering means a client-side (Angular app) render on the server instead of the browser to get less load to the client-side. The server-side using Express-engine and MongoDB for the datastore.
First of all, the purpose of the article; Why do we need an SSR approach, why and where to use SSR, what are the differences between SSR and CSR? We will consolidate what we know about these with examples.