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go-starter-kit - Golang isomorphic react/hot reloadable/redux/css-modules starter kit

This project contains a quick starter kit for Facebook React Single Page Apps with Golang server side render via goja javascript engine, implemented in pure Golang and also with a set of useful features for rapid development of efficient applications.Note that probably not works at windows.

redux-auth - Complete token authentication system for react + redux that supports isomorphic rendering

You can see a complete working example here. The code for the demo is here.This project comes bundled with a test app. You can run the demo locally by following these instructions, or you can use it here in production.

isomorphic-style-loader - CSS style loader for Webpack that is optimized for isomorphic (universal) web apps

CSS style loader for Webpack that works similarly to style-loader, but is optimized for critical path CSS rendering and also works great in the context of isomorphic apps. It provides two helper methods on to the styles object - ._insertCss() (injects CSS into the DOM) and ._getCss() (returns a CSS string).Note: Configuration is the same for both client-side and server-side bundles. For more information visit https://webpack.js.org/configuration/module/.

razzle - ✨ Create server-rendered universal JavaScript applications with no configuration

Universal JavaScript applications are tough to setup. Either you buy into a framework like Next.js or react-server, fork a boilerplate, or set things up yourself. Aiming to fill this void, Razzle is a tool that abstracts all complex configuration needed for SSR into a single dependency--giving you the awesome developer experience of create-react-app, but then leaving the rest of your app's architectural decisions about frameworks, routing, and data fetching up to you. With this approach, Razzle not only works with React, but also Reason, Elm, Vue, Angular, and most importantly......whatever comes next.Below is a list of commands you will probably find useful.

hypernova - A service for server-side rendering your JavaScript views

First and foremost, server-side rendering is a better user experience compared to just client-side rendering. The user gets the content faster, the webpage is more accessible when JS fails or is disabled, and search engines have an easier time indexing it.Secondly, it provides a better developer experience. Writing the same markup twice both on the server in your preferred templating library and in JavaScript can be tedious and hard to maintain. Hypernova lets you write all of your view code in a single place without having to sacrifice the user‘s experience.

webpack-library-starter - Webpack based boilerplate for producing libraries (Input: ES6, Output: universal library)

Have in mind that you have to build your library before publishing. The files under the lib folder are the ones that should be distributed.

usus - Webpage pre-rendering service. ⚡️

Static HTML pages with inline CSS load faster and are better indexed than single page applications (SPA). ūsus pre-renders single page applications into static HTML with the critical CSS inlined. Removing the blocking CSS and inlining the CSS required to render the page increases the perceived page loading speed. Presumably, improves SEO by reducing the page loading time.

gl-react - [gl-react v3 alpha] – a React library to write and compose WebGL shaders

This repository hosts gl-react v3. For gl-react v2, please see ProjectSeptemberInc/gl-react. gre/gl-react repository is a complete rewrite of ProjectSeptemberInc/gl-react library (gl-react v2). It plans to be the gl-react v3. We keep both repository at same time because (1) this work is not yet finished and (2) this repository is now a "multi libraries" repository (it's just easier to maintain that way).

Rax - A universal React-compatible render engine.

A universal React-compatible render engine. Rax is a universal JavaScript library with a largely React-compatible API. If you use React, you already know how to use Rax.

judo-heroes - A React application to showcase rendering with Universal JavaScript

A simple application built to showcase Universal JavaScript with Node.js and React. Be sure to ⬇️ checkout and ⭐️ star the new repository if you are interested in fresher code.

universal-redux - An npm package that lets you jump right into coding React and Redux with universal (isomorphic) rendering

Universal Redux is an npm package that when used as a dependency in your project provides a universal (isomorphic) rendering server. You can either use its defaults and begin coding your project, or configure it to your liking with custom Webpack options and Express or Redux middleware. It's intended as both an easy starting point for developers new to React and Redux, as well as an extensible base by which advanced developers can augment with their own middleware and keep up to date with the fast-moving React ecosystem. The quickest way to get started is to clone the starter project. This gives you a base project that is set up with default configurations of Webpack and Express.

retro-board - Retrospective Board

This is a Retrospective Idea board, powering retrospected.com. This project is both an actual product, and also a technology demo using the latest and greatest JavaScript libraries of the month.

isomorphic-webpack - Abstracts universal consumption of application code base using webpack.

isomorphic-webpack is a program that runs server-side and enables rendering of the same code base client- and server-side. Put it another way, it is a service for rendering webpack applications server-side. All that can be rendered client-side (e.g. React, Angular, etc. applications) will be processed server-side and served as static HTML.