Not all sites need to use dynamic rendering:
Google defined it as “switching between client-side rendered and pre-rendered content for specific user agents”. And they also explained that it requires your web server to detect crawlers (for example, by checking the user agent) and get requests from crawlers that routed to a renderer whereas requests from users are served normally. When and where needed, the dynamic renderer serves a version of the content that’s suitable to the crawler, for example, it may serve a static HTML version. You can decide to enable the dynamic renderer for all pages or on a per-page basis.
Follow these 3 steps to make dynamic rendering works on your web server:
Step 1: Implement
I. Install and configure.
II. Choose the user agents.
III. Get verifying request from legitimate crawlers.
IV. Determine require content for desktop or laptop.
V. Configure your server to deliver the static HTML.
Step 2: Verify by checking a URL
I. Mobile-friendly test.
II. Test your desktop content.
III. Structured Data Testing Tool.
Step 3: Troubleshooting