Fortunately, React provides a way to avoid these issues: rendering on the server.
You can use this method to generate HTML on the server and send the markup down on the initial request for faster page loads and to allow search engines to crawl your pages for SEO purposes.
Perfect. To render React on the server, our example app will handle requests using routes, and respond with markup generated using React components and the app state. When the app loads in the browser, we will use the same routes, components, and state to initialize React, handing off rendering from the server to the browser.