Why I Prefer React.Js

Ahmed Samir

May 20, 2021

2 min read


React.Js allows developers to create large web applications that can change data, without reloading the page. The main purpose of React is to be fast, scalable, and simple. Facebook and the entire React.Js team have demonstrated the commitment to enhancing React.Js efficiency. This is crucial to weather the fast emerging competition from other frameworks such as Vue.js.


The main objective of React.Js development services is to provide high application performance. Some of the core features of React.Js, such as a virtual DOM and server-side rendering, help in creating large-scale and complex apps that run incredibly fast.

Virtual DOM

Makes the app fast. The idea of Virtual DOM helps allows React.Js to know when exactly to re-render or when to ignore some specific pieces of DOM because it can detect when the data has changed. A UI that reacts promptly is crucial in enhancing the user experience.

Trusted by Big Brands

With it’s being undoubtedly a very high-quality tool for frontend evelopment, React is used by great companies and startups such as Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox, Khan Academy, CodeAcademy, Netflix, Airbnb, PayPal, Walmart, Tesla Motors, IMDb, and so on. There are many, many other popular apps.

Reusable Components

Reusable Components in React.Js also follow a simple mental model. If a component is given the same data multiple times, it will always yield the very same set of HTML and CSS. Such capability, called Idempotence, makes it easy to reason about and to test.

React Native and Mobile Apps

React Native has the ability to build mobile iOS and Android apps without the need to hire new developers. React Native, lets you write fully featured, fully native mobile applications. Once a shared codebase is ready, a developer starts building native iOS or Android components.

Does React always the best choice?

React library has continuously been evolving and improving since 2013. Component-based architecture, React’s leaning towards functional programming concepts, and other distinct features of this JS library that we’ve discussed above keep attracting more and more developers to the welcoming and supportive React community.