Posts in "React"

Next.js: Use Server-Side Rendering in your React App // Part 1

Usually, we are completely running React.js on client-side: Javascript is interpreted by your browser. The initial html returned by the server contains a placeholder, e.g. <div id=”root”></div>, and then, once all your scripts are loaded, the entire UI is rendered in the browser. We call it client-side rendering. The problem is that, in the meantime, your… Continue reading

How to quickly improve Users “Loading” Experience?

29th October 2015, Amsterdam, Netherlands @Velocity Conf At the last VelocityConf ( in Amsterdam, we attended a very interesting talk about waiting phases. You have an app. Everything works, but it’s slow and users are bored and some even leave. You can do a lot of things, but once you have used all your tips… Continue reading