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Discussion on: Stop Using React

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JP Saraceno

Does not necessarily mean "javascript on the backend". It means you'll have nodeJS serving your pages, but it could be as lightweight as just accessing your APIs pulling the data and serving them, in some cases not even at runtime.

Your more heavyweight backend, REST API, microservices, etc. could still be developed as separated services, with Rust or anything else you like. If you are already looking at something like Rust for performance you are probably already going towards that kind of architecture anyways

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