The twilight zone: what happens before hydration
June 28, 2022
11:15
10:45
Hall B

You chose React, as it lets you build great user-interfaces. Then your web app was slow to load, so you switched to server-side rendering (SSR). Now loading is fast but the web app is frozen until hydration... What do you do next?

We'll see how to treat React as progressive enhancement: and how to use old and new pure-HTML techniques to allow users to interact with pages before hydration.

Noam Rosenthal
Noam Rosenthal
Noam Rosenthal
Noam Rosenthal
Noam Rosenthal
Browser Engineer, Chromium & Webkit

A contributor to browsers & standards, and a web developer since the 1990s. Currently working for Chromium as a consultant, previously helped port Wix to React server-side rendering.

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