Partial hydration (a.k.a. Islands Architecture) is a technique that allows web developers to build sites using their preferred framework (React, Svelte, Vue, etc.), but only send generated HTML and CSS to the browser by default. Where dynamic functionality is desired, components can be "hydrated" to become interactive. Learn how this architecture works and when it makes sense to use it from expert web developers in these episodes.
Tuesday, January 25 @ 10:30 AM PST
Learn About Islands Architecture With Slinkity
Partial hydration lets you ship zero JS by default. In this episode, Ben Holmes will teach us how Slinkity lets us use any component framework to build low-JS dynamic apps on the Jamstack.
Fred K. Schott
Thursday, June 10 @ 9:30 AM PDT
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