What is React.js?
What are the characteristics of React.js?
The React library is efficient, flexible, and extremely light; this is achieved by using ‘components’- the name given to small chunks of pre-coded content such as functions and classes- to compose and render complex interfaces. This component takes in parameters and returns a result through the render method. Interfaces built with React are highly responsive and interactive since it updates and renders the components involved each time input data changes.
React uses a virtual DOM, an interface that allows you to visualize the state of your variables and the relationship between the components, and updates it using the minimum number of operations necessary, allowing for a faster response and higher app performance.
Key benefits of the React.js library
When to use React.js
You can use React.js to streamline the developing process and reduce the number of bugs and unpredictability in your interfaces. It’s very useful for the development either of mobile or single-page applications.
Things to note before using React.js
React.js developers have not only made it free but also provide various resources for troubleshooting and learning. Albeit all the advantages you must keep in mind that it is not a full-featured framework – it focuses on the visual component and you will need to use more tools to build a complete web app.
React.js @ Infogion
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