However, using it carries the risk of your website being buried by Google. Here’s what you can do about it.
Prerender® Your JS
Prerender® Your Ember
What is Ember.JS?
One of Ember’s defining features is that it’s built on the Glimmer engine, one of the fastest rendering technologies out there. Ember’s page load speed is lightning fast for users and bots alike.
Ember is designed to have more functionality straight out of the box so developers can get to work without using a lot of other plugins or add-ons.
Ember SEO Considerations
Ember has challenges similar to other SPA (single page application) frameworks such as Angular or React, like getting its pages indexed quickly by Google.
Plugins such as FastBoot render your Ember app server-side for search engine crawlers, then revert back to client-side rendering once the required content is downloaded and available.
However, FastBoot has a limited number of supported compatible applications and requires you to run a full DOM when you use JQuery.
Prerender® is compatible with Ember and requires no extra development time!
Prerender® Your Backbone
What is Backbone.JS?
Backbone SEO Challenges
Backbone uses AJAX to make a RESTful JSON request.
Rather than creating unique URLs for each page, Backbone encodes each individual URL with a # map. Google Webmasters provides some documentation to help solve this problem, but it’s a complicated process and takes time to fiddle around with Google Search Console.
You could do that, or you could use Prerender® to properly format your URLs for you. You can use Backbone to its fullest potential without having to worry about whether Google will read your URLs properly.
You just make sure your Backbone web app is working, and we’ll take care of the rest.
Google claims it can effectively crawl AJAX sites, but there’s plenty of evidence to the contrary. Single page web applications (SPAs) that use AJAX frameworks have a reputation for being problematic for SEO because they tend to cause issues with crawling, broken navigation or missing links and, at times, even cloaking. Instead of implementing complicated workarounds to fix these issues, you can implement Prerender® for a much simpler, cost-effective solution.
How Can Dynamic Rendering Help Ember JS Sites?
Can Prerender® Help Improve a Site’s Load Time?