Available integrations
  • 13 Feb 2024
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Article Summary

Prerender.io is a 100% server side component, so technically it doesn't matter what frontend framework you have, the only thing that matters is the way you serve your static files, such as HTML, JS, CSS and so on.

Your JavaScript application may be served in various ways, for example using a Node.js (Express.js) server, or Apache, NGINX, Java Spring, IIS, or cached by a CDN such as Cloudflare. The only thing you need to do is to find the middleware or configuration example for your backend, set it up, and you're good to go.

After Signing up you will get your Prerender token if you don't have one yet.

Integration guide line

To ensure that Prerender is working as expected, it's important to integrate it into the part of your system that handles incoming web requests.

You can easily do this through common integration points like:

  • Frontend Servers (such as Apache or NGINX),
  • Content Delivery Networks (CDNs),
  • or Reverse Proxy Servers.

By integrating Prerender into these components, it can capture and prerender pages in response to web requests.

Prerender.io officially maintained middleware:

Community maintained middleware:

Other integrations:


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