React is a popular and the most preferred framework by companies. It was launched by Facebook to develop responsive and user-friendly interfaces that generate high volumes of user traffic. It utilizes a virtual DOM that also aids in smooth integration with any app.
- Declarative – React provides tools to create UI/UX design for mobile and desktop apps. The framework also rolls out upgrades efficiently as new features are available to ensure the software is up-to-date.
- Virtual DOM – It provides with DOMs, and for every DOM, there’s a corresponding ‘virtual DOM object.’ It creates a copy of the original DOM, automatically, the developer uses to represent the DOM.
- Event Handling – The W3C object model event system is compatible and offers tools for cross-browser interface development.
- JSX – JSX is a markup syntax that is very similar to HTML. The syntax makes writing React code easy because of the HTML similarity.
- Performance – It uses one-way data-binding with an app architecture known as Flux controls. It helps control the workflow, and the virtual DOM can leverage it to compare new data and updates automatically.
- Component-based – The webpage components are divided into minimal components to create a view (or UIs). Each component is self-contained and can be altered as needed.
- Progressive Web Apps – It allows developers to build modern desktop apps that offer high performance and a great experience.
- Native – Offers features like Cordova, Ionic, or NativeScript to build outclass native apps.
- Productivity – Using a simple syntax, developers can design unique UIs with the help of command-line tools and popular editors and IDEs.
- I/O is asynchronous and Event-Driven – The APIs are I/O asynchronous, meaning the server calls each API and keeps moving data instead of waiting for APIs to come back with data.
- Single-threaded – The model is single-threaded that allows event-looping for faster code execution.
- Scalable – The server responds in a non-blocking manner, which makes it quickly scalable.
- Faster Load-speeds – Node.js is a fast-paced framework that has cut down the loading time by half and gets data out quicker.
- Licensing – The framework is licensed under MIT license.
- Web-apps like Apps – The desktop apps behave a lot like web apps, and they can easily read/write the data in the computer’s file system.
- Popular Apps – Some prestigious apps built on the framework are Skype for Linux, Serene, etc.
- A Full-Stack Framework – The framework offers full-stack development, meaning businesses can develop back-end and front-end solutions using Meteor.
- Isomorphic Codebase – The code can be used for front-end and back-end development along with some great features. Meteor can be integrated with Backbone.js that offer better results.
- Database – Meteor.js can be easily integrated with MongoDB, for now, that poses as a drawback.
- Developers can also create customized and reusable elements using polyfills.
- It offers components that can be used to create app widgets.
- It also supports hybrid development using Google material design.
- The custom elements are available across the network for every developer to use.
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