- Virtual DOM: React creates an in-memory data-structure cache. When we create a DOM object, a virtual DOM object, or clone, is created. Because of its memory, programmers don’t have to program every detail into every page. Multiple programmers can write code without causing any major changes to the project's roots. This saves developers time and reduces labor cost while creating a fast-running product with a smaller-than-usual footprint.
- Native Development: Because React is both a library and a framework, it can be used for native development. This results in faster performance, greater data protection, and fewer bugs to work out. Also, because the two were made for each other, together they can optimize all of the tools created for both.
- Unidirectional Data Flow: Data flow in React is organized in a top-down fashion. This makes applications created with React faster, more organized, less error-prone, and easier to debug.
2. React Native
- Reusable Code: React Native allows developers to reuse up to 90% of their code. This is a major time saver, as we are now able to write code and use much of that same code for web, iOS, and Android interfaces instead of creating three separate applications from scratch.
- Native Mobile UI: This feature allows us to create a faster, smoother web application.
- Modular Interface: Developers can work remotely with each other for the entirety of the project. We share our work, make updates, and test functionality all through one mutually understood framework.
- Holistic: React Native is used to build native mobile applications as a stand-alone framework. This is different from other frameworks such as React.js, which can be used to build the majority of an application, but requires additional libraries to complete a project.
By using React and React Native, we create user-interfaces which are sophisticated, yet easy to understand for both the user and the development team. The React framework and its accompanying library have become exponentially more popular within the last year and, given its straightforward integration, will continue to be an exceptional software tool for many years to come.
- Event-Driven Architecture: Because of its architecture, Node.js is capable of asynchronous input and output processing. This means the server doesn’t have to wait for the API to come back with data before proceeding onto its next task, making applications developed with Node.js very fast. This feature also makes applications developed with Node.js incredibly scalable, meaning they are able to handle an increase in users and data. This is important for allowing efficient accommodation of growth. All web applications should be designed with scalability in mind.
- Single-Threaded Event Loop Model: Node.js differs from other clients such as ASP.NET, HTML, Ajax, and jQuery in that it is single-threaded, rather than multi-threaded. Because of this, it can handle a greater number of concurrent requests. This makes it a fantastic choice for an application that has a lot of web traffic, or needs to do many tasks simultaneously. It also means that applications built using Node.js use less memory and fewer resources than they would being built with a different software.
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