It enables pages to load faster which provides a better user experience.
It plays an important role in SEO (search engine optimization) and correctly indexes webpages. This happens because Google favors web pages with faster load time.
It provides body to the HTML pages for all server ships.
It assists with loading the page when the user has a slow internet connection.
It assists in loading the page when the user has an outdated device.
The Following illustrations compare client-side rendering and server-side rendering.
Although server-side rendering is an excellent concept and has a lot of advantages, it also has some disadvantages:
Server-side rendering seems to be a simple concept; however, its complexity increases as the complexity of the application increases.
Rendering a big application on the server-side can be very time consuming and it may increase the loading time due to it being a single bottleneck.