In this lesson, you can see how Angular Universal helps when your user's browser doesn't support JavaScript

When the browser doesn't support JavaScript#

Last (but not least) Single Page Application pitfall that we described is that it needs JavaScript to run. In case that your user has disabled JavaScript in his browser, regular SPA can display just a piece of information that asks him to turn it on. With Angular Universal, the thing is a little bit different.

With Angular Universal, you can ship the fully rendered view to your user even if he doesn't have JS enabled. Adjust the src/styles.scss:


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