React, Flux, GraphQL, Hack, HHVM...? All of this and more!
With Progressive Web Applications (PWAs) and mobile usage in general commanding the bulk marketshare in the web space, developers need to keep focusing on the limited resources of the devices and mobile networks around.
Frameworks are often bound to a specific library (or another framework) and often come with quite a bit of configuration and boilerplate code. Razzle's goal is to ease creating universal JS apps by building everything into a single SSR (Server Side Rendering) dependency. It allows developers to work with the tools they are used to, and only takes care of the Server Side Rendering part.
Get started with Razzle by reading up the introduction on the project's GitHub repo: Getting started with RazzleTweet