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Frank Joseph
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Jun 12, 2024 ⋅ 7 min read

Superglue vs. Hotwire for modern frontend development

Frank Joseph I'm an innovative software engineer and technical writer passionate about the developer community. I'm interested in building applications that run on the internet.

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One Reply to "Superglue vs. Hotwire for modern frontend development"

  1. That’s interesting, but now some frameworks are handling server-side rendering themselves, so they are sending HTML directly from the server.
    NextJS is heavily investing on it for the React ecosystem. They can stream HTML as needed from the server, handling even form validations on server-side (using React Server Components)

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