Reactjs

Is Reactjs a frontend library?

February 24, 2020

Yes. React is one of the most widely used libraries for front-end development. React has become the first choice for frontend because it gives developers the ability to work with a virtual browser (more friendly than the real browser). Also, a JavaScript developer can become a productive developer in a few hours because there is ...

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What is Reactjs used for?

February 24, 2020

React JS can be used to build various types of applications. For example Dashboards or data visualization tools, Single-page websites, Social networks, Media Sites, Video platforms, Marketplaces, eCommerce, and Sharing economy platforms.

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Why should I use React over Angular?

February 24, 2020

React is a nifty tool when it comes to front-end web development. Compared with Angular, it possesses several benefits such as quick rendering, lesser development time, easier learning curve, and nuggets of Server-side Rendering. React is JS-centric that makes it far more straightforward, focused, and consistent than Angular. Apart from the benefits mentioned above, Reactjs ...

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Who created React?

February 24, 2020

The developers at Facebook created React because they wanted to move out of the world of HTML based web apps. Currently, React is maintained and contributed by a large community of developers, from Instagram, Wix, etc. to name a few.

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What is React (or Reactjs) and how it works?

February 24, 2020

React is defined as a JavaScript library that makes the process painless for creating interactive user interfaces. It was created by Jordan Walke, a software engineer at Facebook, and first deployed on Facebook’s News Feed in 2011. It’s used for single-page or mobile application development.  An open-source & component-based front-end library, ReactJS is ‘V’ in ...

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