Martin Splitt has just shared the actual look of SEO that should be used for working with single-page apps in his latest Google Lightning Talks video.
That’s exactly what happens with the single-page apps.
Here’s what Google has advised solving this Single Page Apps related issue:
“Coverall code paths
Treat views as URLs
Optimize titles and descriptions for each view
Improve how the app deals with errors”
Here’s how he has described:
Cover all code paths:
According to Splitt’s example, Single Page Apps are instructed to fetch the user’s location, but there’s no code path to instruct it what to do when the location is not available. The content will be rendered if there is a code path to handle the declination of geolocation by Google bot.
Treat views as URLs:
If the URL in the address bar doesn’t change with clicking Google bot will see only