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Single-page application (SPA)

Single-page applications (SPA) are client-side applications that don't route via different pages but rather combine the logic for different contents into one page. This was historically achieved via hashbang URI fragments (#!). With the introduction of the pushState API, this state can now be properly used within the browser history, in bookmarks and sharing.

Another important point for SPA was the lack of proper SEO but developers and frameworks found ways around that.

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