How does Google index sites based on JavaScript?

How does Google index Angular, React, Vue.js etc. sites?

The latest studies show that Google bots support websites based on Angular only in some cases. In order to appear in search results, Angular websites have notably to be fast and simple (e.g. a blog website). You can find more information about the limitation of the JavaScript support of Google bot here. The same applies more or less to other technical solutions such as Vue.js, React, Ember, etc.

Today, It is still recommended to implement a solution to serve snapshots to bots in order to have the total control over the indexing process, and make sure contents are indexed on search engines as soon as possible. Today, one of the correct way to do this is to make sure your website supports the Dynamic Rendering recommendation.

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