A group of web developers from a block of friendly European countries have announced "Universal Server Side Rendering" (USSR): a set of interchangeable adapters for React, Vue, Svelte and other popular frameworks. Common API promises to make things better for society.
In USSR, the payload of any request is shared equally between all objects. For security reasons, private payloads are prohibited.
In USSR, each element takes input according to its needs and provides output according to its ability.
In USSR, variables require special permission in order to leave their scope.
In USSR, object-oriented programming is allowed, but classes remain in constant struggle for computing resources.
In USSR, web workers operate in a united fashion.
In USSR, multiple paradigms are possible, but realistically only one paradigm is allowed.
In USSR, errors are marked with green, and successful builds are marked with red.