One of the most important decisions in web development is to choose the right tool for the right job. I have been using the ReactJS library for a while and I will give you some reasons to pull it out of the toolbox for your next job.
ReactJS lets you build lightning-fast apps by allowing you to build reusable components that you can place all over your project. The library is architected to be really simple to pick up and start repurposing your user interface view logic in very little time.
ReactJS will allow for a great boost in your apps. The Virtual DOM and Diffing algorithm help for the most efficient rendering off components during a process called Reconciliation. Separate trees of React elements will be compared and only changed elements will be rerendered in the proper components.
The ReactJS library allows you to develop mobile apps on both IOS and Android. You can repurpose up to approximately 85% of your React knowledge to learn the React Native library to build a cross-platform application. In many cases, you may also be able to use much of your ReactJS codebase for your React Native mobile app.
The ReactJS community is great and is filled with inspiring developers willing to help you take your React understanding to new levels. The ecosystem has many cool component libraries to include in your projects to speed up development in style.
The ReactJS library is maintained by Facebook and offers really useful documentation and resources to learn React. The team also releases pretty regular improvements to the library along with helpful blogs to take advantage of any new features.
So now you have more than a few great reasons to use ReactJS in your next project. If you enjoyed this post feel free to leave a comment about your next ReactJS project.