However, React.js is one of the most popular frameworks among the front-end developers for application development these days. As a lightweight JS framework, there is an immense growth in its library in the past few years.
What is React?
React.js is also termed as ‘the V in the MVC (Model-View-Controller) structure’ as it rules the View section by augmenting developer’s views and offering unlimited ways to enhance the UI components. It helps provide a seamless customer experience by supporting the development of interactive web applications.
Listed are some of the features that make React.js an obvious choice for front-end developers:
1. The Virtual DOM (Document Object Model): React.js brings in the helpful Virtual DOM – a virtual browser multiple times friendlier than the real browser. Considered as the middleman between the developer and the actual browser.
4. Interactive User Interfaces: It gives developers the liberty to edit and define the User Interface as per their target user’s requirements. The front-end developers need to specify the interfaces regarding functions, thus automating the app development process.
The reusable components, one-way data flow, JSX and other state-of-the-art features of React.js fast-track the development process and make coding workable and optimally controlled for front-end web development services.
Something is happening. People are unhappy. The specter of civil unrest is pursued by our programming communities.
For the first time a significant number of web developers openly question the web platform. Here is a typical article and discussion of . I could list more, but if you are sufficiently interested in programming to read this article, you probably already read this year at least one pompous recitation about the current state of web development. This article is not one of those. I can not compete in bullying the existing status quo with people who have to deal with web development every day. This is another article.
It's you, the front end hacker