Improving React App Performance with SSR and Rust: Rust vs Node.js [Part III]May 4th [email protected] pagespeed.green Alex Tkachuk Web Performance Improver :-)In theory, a new technology or a modern approach should have a lot of benefits, but the main question that matters is that – what is actually practical advantages of that in numbers?
In this article, I am going to compare web performance for three approaches – CDN (without SSR – Server Side Rendering), Node.js + SSR and Rust + SSR.
Node.js and Rust Web Servers will be deployed as Docker containers in Linode VM with next configuration: `Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Nanode 1GB: 1 CPU, 1GB RAM`.
We need to monitor Web Performance testing results in real browser, in order to measure with different settings and a particular Region.
My investigation does not 100% accurate – it could be more or less optimal implementations of Node.js (Express.js) and Rust (actix-web), different measurements, etc… However, the big picture pretty much accurate: if you need maximum Web Performance (PageSpeed Score) – use Rust Web Server with Server Side Rendering for it.

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