Building UIs with React Community chosen

In times when two way data binding has become the industry standard, React breaks the conventions with uni directional data flow to enable manageable and fast UI components.

Building rich user interfaces has become a crucial part of the development process for both web and mobile applications. However, maintaining a consistent view state while preserving modularity and high performance sounds like a nearly impossible task. Mobile devices make this task even harder due to their lower computing power.

This is where React, a JavaScript framework created by Facebook, comes in. React provides a solution consisting of an efficient rendering algorithm, one way binding and single direction data flow. Together with React Native, Jest and immutable objects, the React framework seems to be one of the most complete UI frameworks to date.

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Filip Petkovski

Filip is a web developer working as an independent contractor for several clients. In the past, he has contributed to Apertium, an open-source machine translation platform.

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