The Isomorphic Web Application Architecture offers a solution for all of the disadvantages found in the three traditional web application architectures. Let's take stock of the items that we've placed on our wish list:
- To enhance the user experience, clicking a link on the website should not cause a full page reload.
- To increase maintainability, there should be a single, unified, project codebase that is implemented in a single programming language.
- To increase efficiency, there should be a mechanism to perform distributed template rendering.
- To increase productivity, there should be a means to share and reuse code across environments, to avoid the duplication of efforts.
- To make the best first impression, the website ...