Server-side rendering (SSR)
What is SSR?
Server side rendering is an application’s ability to convert HTML files on the server into a fully rendered HTML page for the client. The web browser submits a request for information from the server, which instantly responds by sending a fully rendered page to the client.
What is server-side and client-side rendering?
What is the meaning of server-side?
What does server-side rendering mean in React?
What is difference between SSR and CSR?
The main difference between CSR and SSR is where the page is rendered. SSR renders the page on the server-side and CSR renders the page on the client-side. The client-side dynamically manages the routing without refreshing the page each time the client requests another route.