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Client and server rendering with same code

NOT ON THE CURRENT EDITION
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Jan 2014
trial?
Increasingly, HTML is rendered not only on the server but also on the client, in the web browser. In many cases this split rendering will remain a necessity but with the growing maturity of JavaScript templating libraries an interesting approach has become viable: client and server rendering with same code.