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Published : Mar 29, 2022
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Mar 2022
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We witnessed the migration from server-side rendering website to single-page application in the browser, now the pendulum of web development seems to swing back to the middle. Remix is one such example. It's a full-stack JavaScript framework. It provides fast page loads by leveraging distributed systems and native browsers instead of clumsy static builds. It has made some optimizations on nested routing and page loading, which makes page rendering seem especially fast. Many people will compare Remix with Next.js, which is similarly positioned. We're glad to see such frameworks cleverly combining the browser run time with the server run time to provide a better user experience.

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