Definition: being similar in appearance, even if having different ancestry or makeup

From the Greek “isos,” which means “equal to,” and the Greek “morphe” which means “shape.”

Why I Looked It Up

In a document, I found this sentence:

Our customers can use isomorphic rendering using usually React, Angular or Vue.

I think the author was trying to say that an interface can look the same way, regardless of which rendering architecture is used. (But, honestly, I don’t think the word was used correctly in this instance.)

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