Achieving Business Goals with the Nuclear Energy of React.js

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The world-wide web has become very dynamic and complex. A myriad of UI elements should interact with one another while being responsive to the user. For example, if the user presses the button “A”, the button “B” should be hidden, but several additional panels with their own buttons, checkboxes, and other UI elements should be shown. If a developer is trying to implement this functionality in a typical JS-imperative paradigm, it turns into “callback hell.” After some time, technical debt makes support of such an application and development of new features virtually impossible.

Present-day frameworks, such as Angular, may seem like a solution, but they create substantial “accidental complexity” in the framework. At first, dynamic, asynchronous pages may look fine simply because they work. However, as the project becomes more complicated, we become trapped in the framework. Read More

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