My first experience creating and testing a PWA
Today, I have some experience regarding both creating a PWA, and testing it.
This website, actually.
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# Shared commands brew install git-filter-repo # https://github.com/newren/git-filter-repo/blob/main/INSTALL.md
I wonder what you are using to feed JAMstacks, such as Gatsby, Gridsome, Nuxt? Perhaps Wordpress or Strapi?
I made a solution myself for this question.
I created my own headless CMS and host on Google Cloud Platform (see https://bd.polv.cc/api/doc).
However, when it is made more static, reactivity is sacrificed.
I write this topic, because I think SEO should be more about SSR automation, than about manual writing / or SEO training.
<meta> tags are much about how your webpage will look like on search engines, like Google, as well, not only about search engine ranking, i.e. on-page SEO.
If you use SSR, such as traditional methods, like templating engines; or SPA-related methods, like Nuxt.js; you still might not be creating enough meta tags...