Worried about unsightly performance bottlenecks in your React apps? Use React Profiler to identify any timing problems and optimize your apps thanks to this new DevTools feature.
These days, you’re either on Vue.js’ side or you’re a React fan. And, as it turns out, the former has a lot of fans, at least according to our latest poll. This doesn’t mean Vue.js has won the war, though. On the contrary, it has just begun.
Remember when the “battle” was between Angular and React? That’s no longer the case. These days, you’re either on Vue.js’ side or you’re a React fan.
Judging by the success of Facebook and Instagram, using React is a solid foundation for success. In this article, Vlad Pshenychka goes over the top reasons why you should choose React for your next project.
Is it just a trend or is it the new norm? Undoubtedly, React Native is currently highly popular among mobile app developers. But does it have what it takes to stand its ground in the long run?
Every year, Stack Overflow asks the developer community about everything from their favorite technologies to their job preferences. As always, we focus on the most popular technologies but we also skim through the most dreaded languages, libraries, frameworks and tools.
Hottest freelance skills: Newcomers Go & React Native land in Top 5, blockchain & React are nowhere to be seen
What a difference a few months make! In November 2017, blockchain was the second hottest freelance skill and now it’s not even on the list anymore and the same goes for React. Let’s see what technologies have fallen from grace with freelancers and which ones are their new favorites.
React quickly gained popularity among developers thanks to its long list of features and an extensive application pool. We have a look at this library’s development so far and its best features.
What if we told you that developers who work with one programming language or technology may prefer a certain UI framework? Stack Overflow broke developers into groups based on the tag they most visit and examined the percentage of traffic that goes to each of these frameworks.