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Caleb Oki
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Jun 1, 2021 ⋅ 13 min read

Server-side rendering with Vue and Nuxt.js

Caleb Oki I'm a freelance web developer and designer. I passionately move pixels and lines of code to craft clean, responsive, and user-friendly websites. My current weapons of choice are PHP Zend framework, jQuery, AngularJS, and MySQL.

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2 Replies to "Server-side rendering with Vue and Nuxt.js"

  1. Full page reload and non-rich site interaction as SSR cons – that’s not true.

    Full page reload isn’t needed. After page is intially server-side rendered everything can work on client side.

    SSR is important only for SEO, not for user.

  2. I have a doubt if I use client-only into a component that means that component would not be part of SEO ?

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