Introduction to React

Welcome to React:

Welcome to React. Let’s begin introduction to React!

React is a JavaScript library for creating reusable user interface components that is declarative, efficient, and flexible. It’s an open-source, component-based front-end library that’s only responsible for the application’s view layer. Jordan Walke, a Facebook software engineer, came up with the idea. React was created by Facebook in 2011 for its newsfeed section, but it was only released to the public in May 2013.

The MVC (model view controller) architecture uses by the majority of websites. React is the ‘V’ in MVC architecture, which stands for view, while Redux or Flux provides the architecture.

In introduction to react, we learn that React application consists of several components, each of which is responsible for producing a small, reusable piece of HTML code. All React applications are built around components. These Components can nest with each other to create complex applications from simple building blocks. To fill data in the HTML DOM, ReactJS uses a virtual DOM-based mechanism. To create React app, we write React components that correspond to various elements. We organize these components inside higher level components which define the application structure.

Features of React:

React is lightning fast. Its apps can handle complex updates while still feeling fast and responsive. React is a modular system. You can write many smaller, reusable files instead of large, dense code files. So, the modularity of React can be a lovely solution to JavaScript’s maintainability issues. React is a scalable framework. React works best in large programmes that display a lot of changing data.React is flexible. You can use React for a variety of projects that aren’t related to building a web app. React’s potential is still being discovered. React is a popular framework. While this reason has little to do with React’s quality, it is true that knowing React will increase your employability.

This course is for you if you’re new to React. No prior experience with React requires. We’ll start at the beginning and work our way up.

Helpful Tools:

Here are some useful tools to help you along your journey!

Setting up an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) can be difficult for beginners. The Online Compiler will enable you to run your code inside your browser without the need to install an IDE. If you need a more detailed explanation of a specific topic, the best place to find answers is in the Official Documentation.

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