Where did it all start
If you work in the IT domain you probably already heard about ReactJS and what it does. If not, here are some of the core features that ReactJS can offer and how it can help you.
The Model-View-Controller pattern
To put things in a different perspective, React is the View part in the Model-View-Controller pattern. This pattern explains how the user interface divides the three parts that are interconnected. The Model updates the View, the user sees the view and uses the Controller, and the Controller manipulates the Model. In other words, React can design the front-end part of your application that the User sees.
Core Features of ReactJS
You can use ReactJS to develop the UI in both WEB and Mobile Apps. Thanks to its ability to reuse UI components, you can save even more time in developing your project. Using ReactJS for a WEB application or a Mobile App that requires dynamic page updating offers benefits such as:
- It ensures faster rendering. All the changes to the app are made first to a virtual DOM and then, using a diff algorithm, the minimal scope of necessary DOM operations are calculated. Afterward, the real DOM tree is updated accordingly.
- It guarantees a stable code. ReactJS uses a downward data flow which translates to being able to modify the state of an object, make the change, and, after that, modify only particular components. This type of structure ensures code stability and continuous performance.
- React Native for both mobile app development and vice versa. ReactJS follows the same design pattern for both web and mobile application development, helping with the transition process.
ReactJS is used for both Single Page Application (SPAs) and Large Scale Projects (LSPs). You can read more about the benefits of using ReactJS for SPAs and LSPs on our dedicated page for this tool.
To sum up, ReactJS is a very practical tool that allows programmers to develop a user-friendly, lightweight interface in the shortest period. Thus you, the owner of the app will be able to save capital and time. All that is left is how the actual interface will look like, but you have us for that.