Universal rendering, also called server-side rendering, means to render the React components to HTML on the server. This gives better SEO (search engine optimization) and… Continue reading Getting started with Universal rendering
The recipe for setting up a universal rendering in the official Redux docs are good but it lacks one thing: It doesn’t describe how to use Webpack… Continue reading How to create a server bundle with Webpack for universal rendering
It’s possible to split out your NPM dependencies to a separate bundle with Webpack. The reason for doing this is that dependencies don’t change as often… Continue reading Webpack Code Splitting – Libraries: what to do with the files?