Angular users want better server-side rendering

Developers using Google’s TypeScript-based Angular web framework see room for improvement in server-side rendering, testing, debugging and profiling, initial load performance, and the component authoring format, according to the Angular Developer Survey 2022.

Results of the survey, which tabulated responses from more than 12,000 developers, were published May 23 by the Angular development team. Among users’ top priorities is better server-side rendering, and the team noted that a developer preview of hydration—the process of restoring the server-side rendered application on the client—shipped with Angular 16 earlier this month, along with compatibility with workers for rendering on the edge. Exploring partial hydration, resumability, and better integration of Angular Universal with the CLI are on the roadmap.

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