React - Server Side Rendering (SSR) - DOM Server


This page is about server side rendering (SSR) in React as opposed to the browser rendering.

The server side rendering (SSR) functionality in React can output two types of pages:


  • An HTML page is present regardless of whether or not the React JavaScript bundle successfully downloads.
  • Enables SEO (Google, DuckDuckGo…): increases the likelihood that each route of the application will be picked up by search engines.
  • Enables Social media optimization (SMO) (Twitter, Facebook…)


Php rendering from instance..

Passing data to the application at run time is known as:

Documentation / Reference

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