But, with like everything else, this will come at a price. For instance, your server will need to support running NodeJS applications. Basically, what this means is that this approach is not very well suited for existing projects, and it’s not a plug-and-play solution. Also, it requires a lot of knowledge and expertise. Which means you may need to hire a developer who’s familiar with isometric applications in order to best implement it within your SEO strategy.
However, overall isomorphic applications are a very promising way of solving SEO indexing problems that have been bugging the community for years. And, if you’re building a new, large application that requires a fair amount of SEO compatibility, then this is something you should definitely consider. To know for sure, we recommend doing research and talking to a developer about whether or not the isomorphic application is the way to go for you and your company.