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

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I actually wrote a tool that has support for server side rendering. It's like Netlify, but with SSR support.

The advantages are:

  • No need to write a webpack configuration for the server. It figures it out by itself.
  • No need to think about setting up a node server, maintaining it and scaling it up.
  • With a few lines of code you can server side render a basic app.
  • It also works with complex cases (tested on tutti.ch)

Check it out: stormkit.io (It's currently in its alpha stage)

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