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Nov 2, 2023 ⋅ 7 min read

React Server Components: A comprehensive guide

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One Reply to "React Server Components: A comprehensive guide"

  1. This is not true. “it essentially converts the Server Component into a Client Component.” And can be confusing. Like stated in the next.js docs. “With this approach, and are decoupled and can be rendered independently. In this case, the child can be rendered on the server, well before is rendered on the client.”.
    source: https://nextjs.org/docs/app/building-your-application/rendering/composition-patterns#supported-pattern-passing-server-components-to-client-components-as-props

    thank you for the help anyway.

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