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Diogo Souza
Dec 24, 2020 ⋅ 4 min read

Turbolinks for faster web navigation

Diogo Souza Brazilian dev. Creator of altaluna.com.br

Recent posts:

React Native Layout Management With Yoga 3.0

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2 Replies to "Turbolinks for faster web navigation"

  1. “Turbolinks improves performance of SPAs (single-page applications) by substituting the common full-page loads for partial loads.”

    That’s not true.

    Turbolinks has nothing to do with SPAs (applications made with React, Angular, etc.)

    SPAs don’t do “common full-page loads”.

    Turbolinks is about making multi-page applications render faster.

  2. Hey Random Dev, thanks for reaching out.

    You’re right, it was my mistake. The original idea of the post was to be about Turbolinks usage along with SPAs, but then it shifted.

    The post is updated now.

    Thanks for this! 🙂

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