re: Server Side Rendering pros and cons. When to use it and when to choose something else VIEW POST

re: I'm quite ashamed that there's a lot of terms here that I don't fully understand. Oh btw, that cover photo is spooky once your post reached the top :/

SSR - server side rendering. React components kind of decoupled from render implementation, so you can use rect-dom in the browser and it will generate DOM nodes, but it will generate strings on the server. This decoupling allows you to render React applications on the server. Please tell me if I failed to explain. Side note: there are also renderers for native applications, for Canvas, for terminal.

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