Building applications with React.js provides unique opportunities to optimize both frontend and backend code with “Universal JavaScript”, sometimes referred to as Isomorphic JavaScript. Combining Node.js and React.js, it is possible to render on the server and subsequently render changes entirely on the client.

We’ll explore best practices for Universal JavaScript. Not all code needs to be Universal. We’ll explore where it makes sense to follow the universal pattern and which code should be deployment specific.

  • Why React.js is dominating frontend development
  • Universal JavaScript best practices with Node.js and React.js
  • Optimizing Universal JavaScript Applications with React.js on N|Solid

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