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Discussion on: The frontend Landscape – Different Architectures

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Mihir Rane

I read the entire article. I didn't know people used to use table layouts for entrie websites. We have come a long way!
One question: I have seen most websites use their main domain (xyz.com) for the landing page and the blog and then (app.xyz.com) for their main application. Is this an example of isomorphism?

Looking forward to more such articles. Keep up the good work!

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Prashant Yadav Author

No, that's subdomain. An isomorphic app is where client-side and server-side use same programming language, such as react and nodejs.

Next.js, Nuxt.js is the prime example.

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Mihir Rane

Oh I see, I have used Nuxt.js in the past where I had to write something called as 'universal code' which runs on both client and server depending on the context. I didn't it is called isomorphism. Thanks for your help! :)