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Resumability is the process of building an app on the server serializing it into HTML and then resuming it on the client without needing to re-execute it again
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React Server Components (RSC) are React components that are fetched and rendered on the server whereas client (regular) components are fetched and rendered on the client
Islands Architecture is a method of achieving Partial Hydration (hydrate only parts of page), by creating separate islands of interactivity alongside static HTML
Progressive Hydration is the process of *hydrating a server-rendered page over time*, instead of hydrating everything at once
Hydration is the process of taking a pre-rendered HTML page sent to the client and making it interactive by attaching event listeners, usually after rebuilding framework and app state on the client
Streaming Server-Side Rendering (Streaming SSR) is the process of streaming a complete HTML page *one chunk at a time* instead of sending it in a single large response.
Incremental Static Site Generation (iSSG), aka Incremental Static Regeneration (ISR), is a pattern added to static site generation that allows updating of existing pages and adding new ones by *pre-rendering a subset of pages in the background* even while receiving new requests for pages.