Isomorphic Frameworks

An overview of the popular isomorphic frameworks.

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So far, we’ve covered both front-end and back-end frameworks, and we have learned how they significantly speed up and abate the development process. Now, we will look into a third type of framework that allows developers to avoid the cumbersome process of developing the front end and the back end separately and then integrating them; client-server frameworks. Client-server frameworks, or isomorphic frameworks, are frameworks that support both front end and back end development, thus allowing developers to write their entire application in a single framework without having to worry about integrating multiple components written in different frameworks.

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