SSR stands for Server-Side Rendering. It is a technique used to render web pages on the server side instead of the client side. This allows for faster loading times and better SEO performance, as the content is already available on the server before it is sent to the user's browser. SSR is often used in JavaScript applications, where the HTML is generated on the server and then sent to the client.
JSNation 2023JSNation 2023
174 min
Developing Dynamic Blogs with SvelteKit & Storyblok: A Hands-on Workshop
Featured WorkshopFree
This SvelteKit workshop explores the integration of 3rd party services, such as Storyblok, in a SvelteKit project. Participants will learn how to create a SvelteKit project, leverage Svelte components, and connect to external APIs. The workshop covers important concepts including SSR, CSR, static site generation, and deploying the application using adapters. By the end of the workshop, attendees will have a solid understanding of building SvelteKit applications with API integrations and be prepared for deployment.