When you open a web page or a mobile application, there are many things happening behind the scene. The browser as well as the server sends request to provide webpage to us within matter of seconds. Most of the time developers choose to interpret the server side pages and many prefers rendering through the client’s side only. As a user, if you interact with a page, the one that renders the page is none other than the server.
This decrease the code that’s need to be write by the developer, thus reducing the time and leading to an efficient testing. This is because a developer doesn’t need to code the same functionality over and over again for the client and the server.
Few Frameworks and Libraries
•React- Created by Facebook, React is a library that focuses mainly on UI development. The use of Virtual DOM provides high-performance and all other isomorphic capabilities. One can easily create an isomorphic app using React.
•Derby- This is a full-stack isomorphic framework. Derby easily sync the data across clients as well as servers. Derby can do this and much more in a real time collaboration. Derby uses Node.js modules and ShareJS, through which it provides its core functionalities.
•Rendr- The aim behind this is to retain the feel of the client side while providing the benefits of the server side. Unfortunately, Rendr isn’t as extensive as many other full stack frameworks. Even though Rendr has its limitations, it does help developer modify and build library.
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