Single-Page Applications

Single-page applications (SPAs) are web applications that load a single HTML page and dynamically update the page content without requiring a page refresh. SPAs provide a smooth and seamless user experience, as they can quickly respond to user interactions and update the page content dynamically.

SPAs are built using JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, and rely on a client-side JavaScript framework such as Angular, React, or Vue.js to manage the dynamic updates to the page. The framework typically communicates with APIs to retrieve and update data, allowing the application to work offline and providing a more native-like experience.

Some advantages of SPAs include fast performance, improved user experience, and easier maintenance, as the code is centralised in a single location. However, they can also have some disadvantages, such as difficulty with SEO optimisation and the need for JavaScript support in the user’s browser.

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