Adel Benyahia
Feb 15, 2023

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I will suggest using "react-helmet-async"
This package is a fork of React Helmet. <Helmet> usage is synonymous, but server and client now requires <HelmetProvider> to encapsulate state per request.

react-helmet relies on react-side-effect, which is not thread-safe. If you are doing anything asynchronous on the server, you need Helmet to encapsulate data on a per-request basis, this package does just that.

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Adel Benyahia

Web application developer (HTML │ CSS │ JS | ReactJS | NextJS | NestJS | MERN)