My name is Scott Vickers.
I am a software developer currently working at Ratio llc.
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What is Isomorphic
It’s a fancy way of saying that the application is one where the client and server share components and rendering can be done on the server as well as on the client.
Why do it?
The reasons commonly cited for writing isomorphic apps are
Faster initial loads
Single page app frameworks tend to start by serving an empty html document and then fetching the content to display asynchronously. This can mean the user is looking at loading indicators or blank pages in the mean time. Sometimes, as a workaround, the server will pass...