Thursday, 12 July, 2018 UTC


Summary

In a rush? Skip to technical tutorial or live demo. Google's JavaScript crawling & rendering is still a somewhat obscure issue. Contradictory statements and experiments are found all over the web. So what does this mean? As a developer, you NEED to optimize sites built with popular JS frameworks for SEO. With that in mind, here's the third part of our ongoing JavaScript Frameworks SEO issues series: Building a prerendered Vue.js app Applying React SEO with Next.js. Here, I'll be tackling Angular SEO. More precisely, we'll be crafting a server-rendered Angular e-commerce SPA using Universal. Here are the steps we'll use to achieve this: Setting up an Angular project. Creating Angular components. Enabling e-commerce functionality on our SPA. Using Universal to make our Angular app SEO-friendly This should be fun!

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