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Vulcan - A toolkit to quickly build apps with React, GraphQL & Meteor

  •    Javascript

This is the Apollo/GraphQL version of Telescope, now known as Vulcan. It is a framework that gives you a set of tools for quickly building React-based web applications. Out of the box, it can handle data loading, automatically generate forms, handle email notifications, and much more. It provides simple building blocks such as posts, comments, forms, and modals, and makes it easy to quickly customize them to build modern, social web apps.

ream - 🚀 Framework for building universal web app and static website in Vue.js (beta)

  •    Javascript

And that's it, run ream dev and have fun playing with your app at http://localhost:4000. ream © egoist, Released under the MIT License. Authored and maintained by egoist with help from contributors (list).




universal-redux-template - A clean, extensible react + redux boilerplate with universal/isomorphic rendering, testing and more

  •    Javascript

To bootstrap a React app development environment is not an easy task, there are so many libraries to setup, including webpack, babel, testing stuff and others. I'd like this boilerplate to be a ready-to-use one with the essential tools and the simplest logic that just work to build a universal rendering React + Redux app. That's why there is no fancy stuff in this app, since it's a basis of your killer app rather than a showcase one.


isomorphic-relay - Adds server side rendering support to React Relay

  •    Javascript

Enables server-side rendering of React Relay containers. If you use react-router-relay you might also become interested in isomorphic-relay-router.

redux-taxi - 🚕 Component-driven asynchronous SSR in isomorphic Redux apps

  •    Javascript

ReduxTaxi allows for component-driven asynchronous server-side rendering in isomorphic/universal React+Redux apps.When you have asynchronous actions that you want to be processed on the server (at instantiation time, e.g. in the constructor) before responding to the client, you'll need to explicitly register them to avoid an Error being thrown. The motivation behind this throw is explained later in this document.

second - Framework for server-rendered React apps with declarative data fetching and opt-in client-side rendering

  •    Javascript

Second is a framework for building and rendering React components on the server. It provides a higher-order data component that enables UI components to declare their data dependencies. Second ensures that all data dependencies are met before completing a render cycle. Components that require interactivity in the browser can be dehydrated with their original props, and rehydrated in the browser. In traditional rock climbing, the second is the climber that ascends after the lead climber has placed protection on the route and created an anchor at the top. Seconding is typically much easier and safer than leading.

react-amp-template - AMP template generator

  •    Javascript

RAMPT provides shorthands for amp-custom-elements. A [ get ] operation on { AMP } module returns Node element and automatically registers the <script /> tag required by AMP. This project is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. Copyright (c) 2016 Ariel Fernando Rodriguez. For more information see LICENSE.md.

weeds - A real-world, universal React/Redux boilerplate from Kapost

  •    Javascript

It isn't a great way to learn how to use React or Redux. It might be helpful when you are trying to setup your own server-rendered app though. A huge thank you to the maintainers of these projects for being a huge inspiration.

razzle-unrouted - Blazingly fast server-rendered MVC Webapps with Preact and Webpack

  •    Javascript

Sometimes, you don't want to build an SPA. Templates suck. Components kick ass. As it turns out, React is a great templating language. However, in prior projects like express-engine and express-react-views, they required completely separate client-side JavaScript. What does that mean? Well you'd get to use React for templating, but then would need to sprinkle client-side JavaScript wherever you still needed it. For example, modals and buttons and other stuff wouldn't work, because that code was never going to be run in the browser.

chrome-render - general server render base on headless chrome

  •    Javascript

High-performance and universal server render base on Headless chrome, render any SPA(render data in browser) in server for SEO or other optimizes. new a ChromeRender then use it to render a web page, a ChromeRender means a chrome.

koa-seo - koa SEO middleware

  •    Javascript

SEO middleware for koa base on chrome-render, a substitute for prerender. Modern web app use technique like react.js vue.js which render html in browser, this lead to search engine can't crawl your page content.

awesome-ssr - Resources for rendering JavaScript-generated-content to HTML.

  •    Javascript

Comprehensive list of resources (tools and learning material) to render JavaScript-generated-content to HTML. To improve SEO, SMO, and performance. They are explained in the Introduction.

proxy-render - Serverside rendering Engine for Frontend frameworks like React.js or Angular.js

  •    Javascript

This project was born from real production kneed! I had a project written in Python and Some GO, and for frontend I wanted to use React.js, but anyone who are developing in React.js knows that Server Side Rendering is super important for frontend applications int terms of performance and SEO. So I've started investigating is there any rendering platform for React.js for Python or Go. I found few ones, but the problem is that solutions using some embed JS engine du do rendering process, which completely non efficient and is very very buggy. So the main idea is to provide Proxy Rendering with Cahing, so that you need only make a POST request with rendering parameters and separate rendering process will do that work, and you will get rendered HTML as a string response. So that you can then include that string inside your static template on the fly.

firebase-functions-next-example - Host a Next

  •    Javascript

Host a Next.js SSR React app on Cloud Functions for Firebase with Firebase Hosting. Here is the accompanying Medium PostA new post is being written to describe the new project structure, Firebase partial deployments, Firebase support of pre/post-deploy hooks and what problems these new features solve.