Frequently Asked Questions
In our experience, all that pays off when native templating mechanisms do not provide sufficient means for abstraction and composition (i.e. components). It’s also very helpful, even essential, in polyglot environments where the same markup definitions (i.e. macros) should be reused across a variety of technology stacks, e.g. due to a stand-alone pattern library and/or self-contained systems.
HTTP and HTML allow streaming pieces of content as soon as possible, rather than waiting for the entire page to finish rendering before serving it.