No, I don’t mean the server delivering the WP REST API. I mean the server hosting Frontity. And I don’t entirely mean the server.
What I meant was:
Consider a scenario, the node server is processing, to send a HTML response to our request, in my opinion, the server first processes the whole of HTML and then sends the response to the client. What I mean to do with
renderToNodeStream() is that the server can send in data partially as it is processing, so if the HTML is too big, the response time will be less.
I know it wouldn’t turn the mountains, but I think it might feel different to the user.