Server-side rendering may be daunting but really isn’t that bad once you understand it.
Let’s break it down…
SSR is often used for getting pixels on the screen quicker or SEO. This type of rendering also helps with performance due to the due to a lot of the critical web resources being preloaded on the server side
Adding SSR to your client-side heavy applications always has its benefits and costs. Typically, if your website is public to thousands of users, server-side rendering should be incorporated and can be optimized on a Content Distribution Network (CDN). Integrating and utilizing universal apps’ power is a trending way in the front-end community.