While React can be used as a base in the development of single page or mobile applications, complex React applications require additional libraries such as Redux for state management, React Router for routing, etc. Our team of React developers are up for any of those.
Redux is our state management tool of choice when it comes to complex application development in React.
To create bookmarkable URLs for your web app or a composable way to navigate in React, we prefer React Router for routing.
Axios reads asynchronous code in React to interact with Application Programming Interface (APIs). React is easy to integrate with Axios.
At TOPS, we are at the forefront of ReactJS development services to develop PWAs and Mobile apps with extraordinary UIs.
Hire our developers to avail React services in web portal development that is enhanced for frequent programming throughput.
Expert React developers at TOPS can migrate your web applications to React framework without the usual risks.
Enterprises need robust, flexible, secure web applications, which our React developers can deliver.
Our React developers can build an assortment of AJAX applications from desktop solutions to cross platform apps.
Our React developers build responsive templates to get your design engine up and running in no time.
We build healthcare applications using Django, React, Bootstrap and few of the React libraries from npm.
React gives your hotel management system an overhaul in terms of UX while retaining the backend.
We use existing React components and libraries to build your custom retail or ecommerce website on.
React gives enterprise app a better user experience while providing a superior level of security over others.
React lets us build real-time applications for fleet tracking and warehouse management.
React is our frontend framework to choose if you’re looking to develop an education or learning platform.
We use SASS for CSS preprocessing.
Bootstrap is our favorite CSS framework.
We build React elements in JSX.
When developing Node application, Express is the first choice.
We have experimenting with Koa—fills voids in Express.js
When the backend is PHP, Laravel is where we look at.
For a Python backend, we prefer React + Flask setup.
Redis is what we use for caching in React applications.
We deal a lot in MERN stack, which MongoDB is a part of.
When write scalability is crucial, we prefer Cassandra to MongoDB.
We build complex applications in React + Redux
We depreciate Flux since Redux came along.
Mobx is our state manager when developing small application.
For building UI in material design.
To give your application look and feel of Twitter’s Bootstrap.
To implement material design and built on CSS, Webpack and ES6.
Build application that work on mobile, desktop, and other screens.
GitHub is where most of our applications rest in various versions
When we need continuous integrations, we might look at
When going agile, our scrum masters recommend Jira.
When code collaboration is the need of the hour.
When we want to automate a part of manual browser action.
We executes server source code against test code in Karma.
To mitigate the problem, Facebook introduced Flux to make these relations unidirectional. That is either the view changes to the model or vice-a-versa, not simultaneously. Redux is a modified implementation of the Flux architecture.
Apparently, templates aren’t a part of React ecosystem. React doesn’t use templates rather React uses components. Of course, developers can add their own templates but it defeats the whole purpose of using React.
In traditional web development with templating engines like Blade in Laravel, we separate technologies/ concerns in different files. So HTML(markup) goes in one file, CSS in another, PHP(logic) In another, etc. These practices restrict the set of abstraction you can include in your UIs. Components, on the other hand, separates concerns with loosely coupled units called “components” that contain both logic and markup.
DOM has a tree like structure and simple change on the top level may take some time to reflect on the lower levels. This may delay UI responses and ultimately hurdles with the user experience. Fortunately, React solves the problem with a layer of Virtual DOM between the user layer and actual DOM.
Virtual DOM is a virtual representation of the DOM, and it stays on the memory rather than user screen. An algorithm keeps a track of the changes made on the virtual DOM and determines which changes must make it to the real DOM and, thus, user screen.
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