Category: isomorphic

Universal React Rendering: How We Rebuilt SitePoint

SitePoint has a lot of great content and it’s not just articles, so when we recently redesigned the SitePoint home page one of the goals was to do a better job of showing off other content like books, courses and videos from SitePoint Premium, and discussions from our forums. That posed a challenge as it meant pu...

Bluff Your Way through React at the Dev Christmas Party

If you’re thinking of using React but are overwhelmed by the number of resources, have given up resisting the noise, or just want to keep abreast of the state of things, read on. If you already use React, hate React, still want to resist React…read on anyway for cliff notes on this weekend’s gathering. A ...

Introduction to Rendr

Isomorphic JavaScript frameworks and libraries have gained a lot of attention recently. Isomorphic JavaScript applications are applications written in JavaScript that can run both on the client and on the server. Because of this, you can write the code once and then execute it on the server to render static pages and o...

Creating Isomorphic Apps with Node.js, React, and Express

Over the past few years, the Web community has been abuzz with “isomorphic apps”. They are apps where the markup is rendered on the server and fed to the browser as complete HTML, and the successive user interactions are handled by client side rendering. This is useful as it lead to outcomes like faster page loadin...