This article is not about which ones are the best, but which ones we used the most in our projects and business solutions in the past years. We aim to highlight the learning topics and technologies with the highest potential, benefits, and ROI.
- To build websites,
- Front-end, back-end and hybrid app development,
- Ecommerce applications,
- Build modular scripts, for example, Node.js,
- Update DOM manually,
- Automate repetitive tasks using templating and 2-way binding,
- Develop video games,
- Create image carousels,
- Test codes and debugging.
Sometimes it can be confusing when choosing the right fit for your project.
Our developers are specialized in several technology stacks, always keeping pace with the latest technologies. Throughout the years we’ve tested multiple frameworks to offer a wide range of solutions for your projects and put the right practices in motion to achieve exceptional results.
Features of React:
- React is declarative and component-based. The web pages are divided into small components to create UIs. The component feature comes in handy when it’s about maintaining code while working with large-scale projects.
- Due to this selective rendering, the app performance boosts while saving the developers’ efforts in recalculating the page layout, CSS styles, and full-page rendering.
- One-way data-binding along with an application infrastructure called Flux controls. One-way data flow makes it easy to reason about an application, and Flux is a pattern that keeps data unidirectional.
- A React.JS based page consists of a virtual DOM. For every DOM object, there is a representation (copy) of that DOM object.
- Maintaining React is easy and straightforward due to its component-based architecture and reusability of the defined components.
- React can be used on the server-side as well as on the client-side, thus making it possible to distribute the rendering load from server to client if needed.
- Serving as the base while developing mobile or single-page applications.
- Rendering a state to the DOM and managing it.
- Building efficient user interfaces while developing web applications and interactive sites.
- Makes debugging and testing easier.
Cons of using React:
- It might present an additional learning barrier to developers that cannot catch up with new releases.
- React only deals with the View Layer of the MVC Model leaving out no other option but to rely on other technologies to deal with Model and Controller Layers.
- React is evolving and changing at a very fast pace, requiring developers to play catch up and reskill themselves. This can be exhausting and difficult to cope up with. Developers often find themselves stuck in a constant learning cycle which keeps rendering their previous knowledge useless or defunct.