I'm building a CMS system for managing marketing landing pages. On the "Edit Landing Page" view, I want to be able to load the associated stylesheet for whichever landing page the user is editing. How could I do something like this with R...
I have 3 general questions about redux and isomorphic application:   What is the best way to share 'runtime' data between client and server?  For instance, when the user logged in a distant API, I store the session object in cookies. In that...
As far as I know, Aurelia does not support server-side rendering as mentioned here.   But the question is: is it possible to do this with some hacks/workarounds?   The most obvious idea would be to use Phantom, Nightmare.js or whatever to simply rend...
I have an app that uses next.js along with Apollo/ Graphql and i'm trying to fully understand how the getInitialProps lifecycle hook works.   The lifecycle getInitialProps in my understanding is used to set some initial props that will render ser...
My React app uses requires relative to the root of my JS file using Webpack's resolve.root. I.e. my file structure contains the following:  components   App.react.js containers   AppContainer.react.js   In AppContainer.react.js, I have:  import A...
Question about store data population in isomorphic flux apps. (I'm using react, alt, iso and node but theory applies to other examples)  I have a flux 'store' (http://alt.js.org/docs/stores/) that needs to get data from an api:  getState(...
I am trying to implement server-side rendering for my reactjs application. I am using webpack to build reactjs application, enhanced-resolve to handle importing of jsx files in nodejs.  My application depends on third party libraries like enquire.js....
I'm new in server-side React rendering, and I can make simple isomorphic React applications with webpack for client side and Express for server side (through React of course). But now I have some trouble - I decided to use images in my project:...
I have a pretty simple React.js component which I need to make an isomorphic (rendered on the server). The problem is that component rendered with helpful information only after ajax request completes, like that:  export default React.createClass({...
Are there any key differences or benefits to using isomorphic (server side) react, vs using a statically generated react app with for example gatsby?  I understand, both will generate html to send to the browser for the initial page load so they both...

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