Do You Need Node Installed In Your Hosting Environment For React Projects
I am building some React apps and am starting to think about the process of hosting. I am currently with Media Temple, which is a Apache based hosting, and I am on their (gs) grid server plan, which from what I can tell doesn't support installing Node.
I just wondered, do React apps need Node on the server?
If they do, what could my alternatives hosting options be?
Many thanks :)
If you're doing universal rendering, you'll probably need a Node server to support this.
But if it's only a static one-page application, you could perfectly not install Node on your hosting environment.
Using webpack for example, you can create a single js bundle of your vendors and sources files, a css one, and an index.html, Leaving you with 3 static files.
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