1. Ease of Use:
2. The Virtual DOM:
Developing a software requires careful consideration of how your app structure is going to impact user interface. Very often, simple changes impact the end user experience in a cascading domino effect. But not with ReactJS. Since it employs a virtual DOM, any new changes are first performed on the virtual DOM, and they do not affect your actual app. Once the changes are evaluated, they are then made in the most effective way to the real DOM. The result? Improved performance and a smooth user experience.
3. Seamless Updates:
Managing updates is easy in ReactJS because even the smallest of changes are updated on the virtual DOM, without affecting other parts of the interface. Also, since all the components are isolated and already connected to the DOM, a change in one component doesn’t affect others. This makes updates quick, easy and allows for the building of a highly dynamic UI. You can not only program faster but also improve the performance of your app.
4. Reusable Components:
Reusable components ensure design efficiency. They can reduce development time substantially. ReactJS is built of several distinct components, each with distinct logic and controls that can be reused again and again. These reusable components make apps easier and quicker to develop and maintain. They also enable a consistent look and feel across the whole product.
5. Developer Tools:
New technologies are so exciting to learn, but only if they can be used in the development environment – which means you require a good collection of tools to design and debug. ReactJS comes with a great set of developer tools for Chrome and Firefox. These can be used to evaluate, examine and edit properties, and state of component hierarchies in the virtual DOM. You can also track the hierarchy of any component and discover both parent and child components.