Next, Nuxt and Nest are server-side rendering frameworks, based on React, Vue and Angular. There is also Sapper, a new tool based on Svelte.
So far I've tried just Next, and I loved it. And as much as I love Svelte (especially for smaller apps), I'm not sure I want to try Sapper, as it is still in early development and experimental.
What SSR frameworks have you tried and which one did you like best?
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My server side rendering pipeline: I use nginx to invoke PHP to invoke Node.js to invoke Puppeteer to invoke Chromium.
If the whole webpage is a screenshot picture, how to have hyperlinks you ask?
<A HREF=browse.php><IMG SRC=page.bmp ISMAP></A>
ISMAP attribute creates a server-side image map. You click anywhere and server receives coordinates:
GET /browse.php?10,27 HTTP/1.1
Want a mobile site? Sure.
I can use Selenium to control an Android emulator. The screencast is streamed as MJPEG straight to your device!
Bandwidth consumption isn't a problem. This is what 5G is for.
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I would also be greatly concerned with accessibility and interactivity since essentially all user actions are static.
What was your purpose in developing this architecture?
Accessibility? We are fully ADA compliant.
There's a 800 phone number on the page in text format. Blind personnel can call this number to speak to a live operator, who would read the page to them. This is a friendlier service than Text-To-Speech systems.
Aside from text-to-speech issues, serving up an image as your webpage creates issues with those who have to use special navigation devices. Also, consider a person with a speech impediment trying to explain to the live operator which page he is on. I'm not trying to sound demeaning, but you really have to consider every use case here.
In addition, you excuse the high use of bandwidth by stating that "this is what 5G is for," but almost the entire world still uses 4G/3G and will for the foreseeable future. Assuming the majority of your users are entirely up-to-date with mobile technology is a major pitfall.
We could support TAB key navigation by defining
<AREA>tags over the picture.
We send 5G MODEMs to every user.
Ah, so I'm assuming you're a telecommunications company. The 5G makes a little more sense now.
I'm too ashamed to let others find out that the page is made with Microsoft FrontPage Express and Flash and ASP and jQuery, so it has to be kept secret.
Ahhhh 😂 Definitely for the best then!
Hahah, made my day 🤣🤣👍
Can you show me this site? It's sound amazing :D
It's in internal network for now. 50 Likes on the comment above and I'll put up a public version.
there's a special place in hell for whoever came up without this idea and is also a reason why we can't have nice things, just plain terrible.
Hell has cookies, but only if you visit the hell with HTTP/1.0.
My hell client uses HTTP/0.9, so I can't receive cookies.
Nuxt is my fav but that's because I work with Vue.
next fosho and chakra ui for the css framework i create one here even thought its still look worst you can take a look my website using nextjs and chakra ui in rino.world
never used chakra UI, might look into it in the future 😉
i love the way chakra ui works with with
emotioncss framework so instead of creating style like this
you can just style it like this
and it will result the same thats why i love it
nestjsis wrong here. It is a framework inspired by angular for server-side applications like APIs etc, but not a SSR framework like Next, Nuxt or Sapper.
Yup, Nestjs is more like Nodejs + Typescript inspired by Angular
Server Side Includes, or SHTML if that rings a bell better.
I use nuxt because I prefer vue over react. But have also done next.js projects. Both are good to go
NextJS is my fav
I love next.js, it's simple and easy for me.
I don't really use anything other than React so Next is my favorite.