- Better user experience: By rendering important parts of the application with the real data on the server-side, an isomorphic application can show a meaningful initial page. On the other hand, client rendering application can’t show any meaningful information until it fetches all external data it needs. In the meantime, the only thing a user will see is a loading indicator.
- Faster overall loading time: Although an isomorphic application will be slower in responding an initial page compared to a client rendering application (as it fetches data and renders more markups on the server-side before responding), overall completion time to the final user interface is faster because data access on the server-side is much faster than client-side API requests.
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