If you prefer to run your own server, Prerender is open source software, meaning that all of the code is available for use to anyone. This software works in conjunction with crawlers so that when a page is not cached but it is trying to access it, the program renders the page as soon as it is requested, and caches it after the fact. Because of this process, the cache is always complete. The pages that have been cached are returned very quickly, as Prerender's middleware has been built so that users will see response times around 5ms. Prerender follows the crawling specifications that Google wrote for AJAX, so there is no doubt that the website will be crawled in the correct manner by Google, as well as other search engines.
Follow these guidelines to make sure that you are giving the correct information to the web crawlers. Ensure that you are returning the right status codes back to the crawlers. There are a few distinct meta tags that should be put in the header that will return a different header or status code back to a crawler, based on the REST calls. You will also need to tell Prerender exactly when the page is ready to be saved so that Prerender can perform more accurately. Though the program tries it's best to detect when the page is done loading, but sometimes it is best to inform the program yourself. You will also need to use Prerender's own API to cache and re-cache pages. This will ensure that they are properly cached when a crawler is trying to access them. Pages can be reached with this program's API when they have been changed so that the page is up to date and there is minimal wait time for the cache to recall the page.
With Angular JS, HTML snapshots are prerendered for all pages without the need for you to make any changes to your code. You simply have to fetch the page when Google begins the crawl. Server maintenance will be totally taken care of, because developers have enough to do, as it is. Angular JS allows all of your team members to worry less about maintenance while the program works to keep your site ready to be indexed. It is vital for your website to be able to be crawled and indexed in order to show up in Google's search results, and Angular JS ensures that your SEO is in it's prime form to be found. The program allows you to put your attention toward making a great site with no need to totally duplicate your code, mess with extra servers, or get jumbled up in browsers.
It is so easy to use SEO.js for your site. All that you need to do is to add your web page to the SEO.js dashboard, and then paste the integration text into your own web server's configuration. That's it! When you are done setting everything up, you will not need to check back with the program. It will keep working along in the background. When you make changes to the website or add in pages, the program will gather the information and then share the updated content with Google. A page that loads quickly is given priority in a search engine, and the technologies implemented by SEO.js ensure that pages are loaded with very low latency. This just means that they load fast. SEO.js also automatically creates your XML sitemap, so that is one less thing that you have to worry about.
Bing and Google both employ hashbang URLs that inform the search engine that the current web site being access contains AJAX content. This URL is then converted to something that is able to be accessed by the server. The URL is then visited and the content should appear as it would to the user that is seeing the final version. With Angular JS, you will configure your own web server in order to create an HTML browser with no header that will access your page, and will then give you the HTML for that final URL that Google will use. If you prefer to not use the hashbang URLs while informing Google of your website's AJAX content, you will need to include a special meta tag in the header of the file that is being accessed. Then, you will need to configure the Angular JS to use the HTML5 URLs when manipulating URLs and routes. It is suggested to use the hashbang URLs so that you can intermingle non-AJAX pages (like a basic form) to work with pages that are non hashbang HTTP URLs (like a registration page).
Backbone takes the pressure off by not asking you to install anything extra on your server, while the program processes the pages and outputs a static html version of the content and will continually keep it up to date. When Google starts a crawl, Backbone will give this static version of the page to them and life will go on. The program offers to help programmers by walking them through each step, though they claim that it doesn't get any more difficult than copying and pasting. BromBone works with Backbone to make it what it is. It makes sure that the final result will look exactly like what the users will see, and this static version will be passed on to the Googlebot when they are asking for it. Again, the program follows what Google suggests, so you know that the site will be crawled properly.
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