I've been building a platform where people can learn anything from. In order to improve my traffic, I was recommended by my friend, Rafeh, to start doing server-side rendered pages, essentially improving SEO.
My current architecture is a React app, served through AWS Amplify, and a backend deployed in AWS Lambdas.
This will be a big shift for me, so I wanted to learn the fastest of migrating my existing app into a server-side rendered application (SSR). Going through some articles, I realized I was looking for a more structured migration approach.
Learnly came to my rescue. I asked it to create a course for me to do exactly that, and was truly surprised by the output!
Check out the course here.
It generated 4 modules, with exercises and quizzes:
Introduction to server side rendering
Preparing your react app for server side rendering
Implementing Server side rendering with Express
Optimizing Server Side Rendering for SEO
The generated content was formatted:
and included relevant Google articles and youtube videos
I was really happy to see the formatted code and instructions:
I have discussed lots of pros, and now some cons:
I want it to include more comparisons to existing frameworks, maybe I can include this in the options, and then generate a course for a specific framework
I want to see if it has worked for other people, having Google articles will help with that, but integrated reviews would be nice
I will be following the instructions, and update this blog post in the future.
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