Code splitting is a way to optimize the performance of our app by shipping less code to the end users. The most common form of code splitting is to use dynamic imports after a user interaction. In our case, we’re going to talk about conditionally loading only the parts of the application that we need during server side rendering. We’re going to discuss the problems and the solutions, so you could try it out in your own project.
The Only Way to Eat an Elephant - Code Splitting With Server Side Rendering
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1. SSR Code Splitting and Vanilla.js
Hi, my name is Lena, and today I'm here to tell you about the only way to eat an elephant. You can probably remember it's bit by bit, and I have one disclaimer to make. No, I do remember it's a React conference, but I will be telling my brief story of SSR code splitting and why you need to use them both using vanilla JS mostly.