What And Why React.js
What is React.js?
The key question that now surfaces in front of us is why one should utilize React. There are several open-source systems for making front-end web application development easier, such as Angular. Let’s take a short look at the advantages of React over other competing technologies or frameworks. With the front-end world evolving on a daily basis, it’s difficult to spend time to learning a new framework — especially when that framework may eventually become a dead end.
- Easy to learn
Anyone with a basic understanding of programming can readily comprehend React, but Angular and Ember are touted to as ‘Domain-specific Languages,’ meaning that they are harder to master. You only need a basic understanding of CSS and HTML to respond.
ReactJS apps are extremely simple to test. React views may be viewed as state functions, allowing us to change the state we supply to the ReactJS view and examine the output and triggered actions, events, functions, and so on.
4. Data Binding
React employs one-way data binding, and Flux, an application architecture, manages the flow of data to components through a single control point — the dispatcher. Debugging self-contained components of huge ReactJS projects is easy.