Server-Side rendering (SSR) in the world of SPA frameworks is being a trendy topic these days. I think it’s been thanks to React, which has SSR support out-of-the-box and makes it very easy, because of the Virtual-DOM. Also, the new version of Ember is going to support SSR and even Angular 2 will have it (hopefully).
When developing mobile apps, it’s very common that we have to connect to web services or APIs which may be secure (https) but are still under development, so its SSL certificate is not valid or self-signed.
This would happen unless you want to spend a hundred bucks on a wildcard certificate for development environments.
For cases like the mentioned above it’s useful to be able to ignore errors generated by invalid certificates, so we can test the app, install it on any device, etc.
In order to get rid of this problem, the process changes depending on the platform we’re targeting.
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