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...
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...
I am working on a universal react project. I found quite a few helpful resources for creating such an app, but most seemed to be outdated. One in particular was perfect, but the problem is that a very important section of code was written with React-...
I have a higher order component (applied by wrapAuthComponent below) which wraps any components requiring authentication. This component checks if the user is logged in, and if not, redirects:  let next = this.props.location.pathname; this.context.ro...
I have an isomorphic React application, with components being rendered on the server-side. I wish to use a 3rd party React component: (GraphiQL), and am rendering as such:  var GraphiQLComponent = React.createElement(GraphiQL, { fetcher: graphQLFetch...

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