These applications provide SEO support with the help of qualified URLs.
Automatic server rendering with no History API support
Through the use of History API, there is no need for a workaround. The web page falls back to server rendering for clients that do not support the History API while navigating.
Distributed rendering and reduced server loads
SPA model subsequent page requests are rendered in a distributed manner for clients that have access to the History API. With this method, server loads are reduced as well.
Easier UI application code updates
No overlap and lower development costs
Reduce page load times
Page load times are reduced by having the server generate the initial page. There is no longer a need to display loading indicators and wait for network requests before the first page appears.