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Anjolaoluwa Adebayo-Oyetoro
Jan 31, 2020 ⋅ 4 min read

Introduction to Inertia.js

Anjolaoluwa Adebayo-Oyetoro Maker. Writes sometimes. Playful most times. Loves beautiful UIs.

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4 Replies to "Introduction to Inertia.js"

  1. Hi, thanks for your analysis! When you write : “Of course, there are times when using Inertia might not be the best fit. Situations such as when you need multi-client support”, what type of multi-client support scenario are you referring to? Thank you

  2. I believe he is talking about building an app that may require multiple clients, i.e. you need both a web app and a mobile app. Then it may be better to build a stand-alone api that you use in both clients.

  3. In my opinion, that shouldn’t be a limitation since Laravel support API routes. One can have a monolith web application and still support other application types.

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