Finally, a killer React framework from the creators of React Router
If you have been developing Single Page Applications (SPAs) using React you know that there are a couple of problems that creep into our application because of the way react basically works by default. For example, the most common problem, it is very difficult to have good SEO if you are using client-side rendering (CSR) in React.
Single-page applications (SPAs) due to these reasons are commonly regarded as non-SEO friendly websites.
You can learn more about the pros and cons of SPAs here
To solve this problem (along with other problems with CSR), we use different technics like Server-side rendering (SSR), prerendering, etc.
Since it is a bit difficult to do React SSR manually, we have different React frameworks to make our job easy.
One of such React frameworks which is very popular is Next.js
Similar to frameworks like Next.js, the people who developed React Router (The most popular routing library for React) are working on a NEW React framework to solve all the problems we face while developing with React.
They have named it Remix.
Some of the highlighted features of Remix are as follow-
- File system routes
- Route layout nesting
- Automatic code splitting
- Data-driven meta tags
- Built-in data loading
- Location-based Suspense cache
- Streaming server rendering
- Zero-config build
- React Refresh
- Server rendering in dev
- Deploy anywhere
- ...and more
Here is the first preview of Remix on YouTube. You'll get a preview on routing, layouts, data loading, meta tags, data caching, and scroll restoration etc.
You can subscribe to follow their progress and get early access here- https://remix.run/
Isn't it cool? Personally, I'm very excited about it. I know its gonna be a big thing because of the people behind it.
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