THE REACT-IVE REVOLUTION
Let’s go back to a less complex time when the World Wide Web was youthful—PHP ruled the back-end, and the customer side was more than just a window to content put away in static HTML pages housed on murmuring servers. The web was no place close as unique or as intuitive as it is today, however the way between server request and a quickly perceptible webpage was basic, coordinate, and even hypothetically speedier (if not for the conspicuous innovative restrictions of the time), credit goes to SSR.
Reasons why React has become so popular so quickly
- React’s virtual browser acts like a specialist between the developer and the genuine browser. Working with the DOM API is hard. React essentially enables developers to work with a virtual browser that is more friendly than the genuine browser.
- React empowers developers to definitively depict their User Interfaces and model the condition of those interfaces. This implies as opposed to thinking of ventures to depict exchanges on interfaces, developers simply portray the interfaces as far as the last state (like a capacity). At the point when exchanges happen to that state, React deals with refreshing the User Interfaces in light of that.
Consider using React if you’re looking for a performance boost for the V in MVC for your app, you like the concept of Flux and unidirectional data flow, you don’t mind learning a new technology that’s already become a major part of front-end web development and you embrace the componentized future of web development.