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SPAs: from Server to Client and back

Over time I’ve received a fair amount of questions about these topics: given the complexity of the matter and the big variety of available solutions, it’s not at all surprising that this confusion affects both beginners and experienced developers. There’d be a ton of things to say, but I’ll try to outline a very brief summary that may shed some light on things such as Server-side rendering, Pre-rendering, Static Sites and…

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