React JS development company in Bangalore
ReactJS website development companies in Bangalore
What are the React JS Features?
Unidirectional data flow and Flux
React JS implements one-way data flow which makes it easy to reason about your app. Flux is a pattern that helps keeping your data unidirectional. In React JS, a set of immutable values are passed to the components renderer as properties in its HTML tags. Component cannot directly modify any properties but can pass a call back function with help of which we can do modifications. This complete process is known as “properties flow down; actions flow up”.
React JS has native libraries which were announced by Facebook in 2015, which provides the react architecture to native applications like IOS, Android and UPD. React JS is licensed under the Facebook Inc. Documentation is licensed under CC BY 4.0.
Virtual Document Object Model
React JS creates an in-memory data structure cache which computes the changes made and then updates the browser. This allows a special feature which enable programmer to code as if whole page is render on each change where as React JS library only render components which actually change.
React JS Advantages
- Easy to learn Anyone with a basic previous knowledge in programming can easily understand React JS while Angular and Ember are referred to as ‘Domain specific Language’, implying that it is difficult to learn them. For React JS you just need basic knowledge of CSS and HTML.
- Native Approach React JS can be used to create mobile applications (React Native). And React JS is a diehard fan of reusability, meaning extensive code reusability is supported. So at the same time we can make IOS, Android and Web application.
- Data Binding React JS uses one-way data binding and an application architecture called Flux controls the flow of data to components through one control point – the dispatcher. It's easier to debug self-contained components of large ReactJS apps.
- Performance React JS does not offer any concept of a built-in container for dependency. You can use Browserify, Require JS, EcmaScript 6 modules which we can use via Babel, React JS-di to inject dependencies automatically.
- Testability React JS applications are super easy to test. React JS views can be treated as functions of the state, so we can manipulate with state we pass to the React JS view and take a look at the output and triggered actions, events, functions, etc.
- High pace of development
The environment constantly changes, and developers must regularly relearn the new ways of doing things. Everything is evolving, and some developers are not comfortable with keeping up with such a pace.
2. Poor documentation
The problem with documentation traces back to constant releases of new tools. Different and new libraries like Redux and Reflux are promising to accelerate the work of a library or improve the entire React ecosystem. At the end, developers struggle with integrating these tools with ReactJS. Some members of the community think that React technologies are updating and accelerating so fast that there is no time to write proper instruction. To solve this, developers write their own documentation for specific tools used by them in current projects.