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The IMA.js is an application development stack for developing isomorphic applications written in pure JavaScript and React.

Why we use IMA.js and you should too?

Here at, development of a frontend application comes with many checkboxes that need to be ticked off before the project goes public. Mainly because of a diverse audience and a challenging product requirements.

In order to not reinvent the wheel on every project and to address all of these problems (checkboxes) we created the IMA.js framework. Here are a few outlines that we're most proud of:

  • Isomorphic - application logic is first executed at the server-side, generates the page markup, and then when the application logic is executed at the client-side it automatically binds to the server-generated markup and acts like a single-page application (or a multi-page application if the client does not support JavaScript). This allows for fast load times, out-of-box support for web crawlers and greater overall user experienc (or UX for short).
  • React compatible - IMA.js Views extend the React Component and are in tight cooperation with our Controllers. That means you can use the full magic of React v16 without loosing anything.
  • Production ready - there's no need for additional setup or configuration. IMA.js uses evironment-specific configurations from the start.
  • Battle tested - IMA.js is used on various projects across Some of them pushing the limits of what a frontend application can do.


We have prepared a complex tutorial for you: Your first IMA.js application. This tutorial covers the basics of creating isomorphic web applications using IMA.js, but you will encounter some more advanced concepts in there as well.

For a more in-depth information about the IMA.js see a full documentation.


Here's a list of plugins maintained by and other contributors that you can safely use in your app: