renderToNodeStream, except this doesn’t create extra DOM attributes that React uses internally, such as
data-reactroot. This is useful if you want to use React as a simple static page generator, as stripping away the extra attributes can save some bytes.
The HTML output by this stream is exactly equal to what
ReactDOMServer.renderToStaticMarkup would return.
If you plan to use React on the client to make the markup interactive, do not use this method. Instead, use
renderToNodeStream on the server and
ReactDOM.hydrate() on the client.
Server-only. This API is not available in the browser.
The stream returned from this method will return a byte stream encoded in utf-8. If you need a stream in another encoding, take a look at a project like iconv-lite, which provides transform streams for transcoding text.