Our Rebels are specialized in a variety of JavaScript frameworks (React, Vue and Angular), HTML, and CSS, and different application of those frameworks, such as a Server-Side Rendered application (SSR), a Statically Build Application (SSG), or a Client-Side Rendered web app (CSR).

With the SSR approach, HTML code is generated from the server itself, based on the URL. So, your browser is receiving pre-rendered HTML code on every request of a page. The client, the browser you are using, does not have to execute JavaScript to render the body of the page as standard single-page applications (SPA). Subsequently, SSR comes with better performance; it is easier for Google to index and therefore, usually comes with a better SEO score.
SSG, also referred to as JAM-Stack in the industry, is a new approach which prebuilds websites and delivers them as a static file to the client. The difference between SSR and SSG is that with SSR, the pre-rendering happens on every request done by a client (runtime), and with SSG, this only occurs when the website is built. This approach brings better performance, better security, and lower scaling costs. With the CSR approach, the final HTML code does not get generated on a server, but on the client itself. This approach comes with high performance and low scaling costs, but it does make it harder for Google to index, which affect the SEO score of the website. At Rebels, we understand that each approach comes with a lot of pros and cons. Therefore, only after we have a good understanding of your business and the product requirements, we will choose the technologies that best meet your wishes and needs, to help you realize your revolution on the web.

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