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Server Side Rendering #201

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ArcadixPascal opened this Issue Aug 11, 2017 · 3 comments

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ArcadixPascal commented Aug 11, 2017

hi

React.Net has Server Side Rendering for React Js to speed it up. For React Native that obviously is not required. But how can React.Net / Server Side Rendering to integrated into React XP so that maximum speed is available for Web Apps? (while maintaining same codebase with react native)?

thanks for your response.

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erictraut commented Aug 11, 2017

We (the Skype team) haven't done any experimentation with server-side rendering — mainly because our app has a dependency on local storage for cached data.

I don't anticipate any problems with server-side rendering. We run our web app (which includes the web implementation of ReactXP) within a non-browser (node) environment as part of our test infrastructure. This gives me some level of confidence that we haven't introduced any browser dependencies. In other respects, it should just work like any other React JS app when run on the server, assuming it doesn't depend on local storage for its initial render.

If you give it a try, let us know if you run into any problems.

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MovingGifts commented Oct 1, 2017

@ArcadixPascal were you able to get a ReactXP app running with SSR?

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robbie-c commented Apr 8, 2018

It would be incredibly useful to have an example of SSR with hot reloading set up. I tried to get this working this weekend and hit a wall, I suspect a bit more knowledge about the tech stack would have come in handy.

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