Using deno, we can render react code directly into our application and serve it. We take a look at importing both react and reactdomserver into our deno application and creating a basic react component. There are certain limitations to using SSR react apps in deno, such as losing some functionality, as we convert the react application to text once we it to be printed.
We use the Oak library to serve the HTTP website files as HTML code directly to our user via port 8000 once we convert the react app into string.
If you want to get the react functionality back in after its been printed, you will need to rehydrate the app, which can be done when you import the actual application back into the site.
Check out my video on adding Create React App to Deno below:
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