If you use Paypal, Twitter, Pinterest, Netflix, Google Maps, or Gmail, you will not have a hard time trying to understand what are SPAs (Single Page Applications). The list of single page application examples goes on and on. As you are clicking through your, say, AirBNB account, you are probably noticing that a lot does not change there during your navigation. When you flip between different tabs, the header and sidebar information remains unchanged. That is the main principle of single-page applications: there is a single page where the most data sections remain the same, and only a few sections are updated at a time making load time shorter. This creates a win-win situation for both the users and website owners. In this posting, we will shed light on what are single-page applications and explain when you should consider using them.
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