Prashant Abhishek’s response to What are the best resources to get started with ReactJS coming from an AngularJS background?

  • The tutorial is good enough to give you a good sense of what React is all about and how it is actually used then you can look into best practices of React.
  • Frontend tooling is not specific to React but its definitely a considerable part of building a real world project in React.
  • This tiny book explains popular choices and a series of posts by Tyler McGinnis uses gulp and browserify while walking through building an app in React.
  • Here’s a tutorial by @sandeep on how to build isomorphic javascript web apps with Alt.
  • I have two collections Learn React and Learn Flux, which I keep updating whenever I find something interesting in React and Flux world.

What are the best resources to get started with ReactJS coming from an AngularJS background?
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Comparing AngularJS and ReactJS for Development

  • In the last couple years DashBouquet team had a great number of various projects, among which were the ones on Angular, Angular2 and React.
  • Here is a table, in which we give pros and cons for AngularJS and ReactJS:

    Developers tend to choose Angular over React, which is an advantage because in this scenario, it is more convenient to work with the framework.

  • On the contrary, no such problems appeared while working with Angular2 and React, due to predictable state containers and immutables.
  • As for React and Angular2 cons, one of the biggest issues is lack of good developers.
  • Despite the fact that React is quite small framework, there are still a lot of things for developers to consider: state management, interaction with sever, testing and so on.

Developers tend to choose AngularJS over ReactJS, which is an advantage because in this scenario, it is more convenient to work with the framework.
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Comparing AngularJS and ReactJS for Development

Comparing AngularJS and ReactJS for Development
#AngularJS #ProductDevelopment #ReactJS

  • In the last couple years DashBouquet team had a great number of various projects, among which were the ones on Angular, Angular2 and React.
  • Here is a table, in which we give pros and cons for AngularJS and ReactJS:

    Developers tend to choose Angular over React, which is an advantage because in this scenario, it is more convenient to work with the framework.

  • On the contrary, no such problems appeared while working with Angular2 and React, due to predictable state containers and immutables.
  • As for React and Angular2 cons, one of the biggest issues is lack of good developers.
  • Despite the fact that React is quite small framework, there are still a lot of things for developers to consider: state management, interaction with sever, testing and so on.

Developers tend to choose AngularJS over ReactJS, which is an advantage because in this scenario, it is more convenient to work with the framework.
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Angular or React

  • Most of the things that I’m going to describe in this post are well know for the people that already use ReactJs however if you don’t know it (like me) you should spend same time to have a look on it to see if it is something that you should try as well or not.
  • Omg it’s awesome, it’s super tiny, fast and it doesn’t need any AOT compilation (look my previous post on Angular AOT compilation), 256Kb and load in 463 ms:

    I’m quite skeptical maybe if I need things more complex it will be super complicated to implements but for now it is faster and smaller so let’s go ahead and have a look at the code.

  • In the index.js the only thing that we’ve to do is pass a new attribute:

    and in the App.js:

    No main differences here apart that in no place is written that our component accept an attribute that is a string and is required.

  • We can also define our custom validations:

    where if we don’t pass the txt prop in the index.js we’ll receive 2 errors:

    React manage in different way properties and state, we saw already the properties but what I didn’t understood was that the properties can’t be changed by the component.

  • Everything make sense now and I have to be honest react is really easy to understand if you have a base knowledge of components, parameters, events or if you coming from the angular world.

Say that angular is better of React or vice-versa is not something that really make sense. You should try both of them to understand which one is better
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Comparing AngularJS with ReactJS

  • Both AngularJS and ReactJS almost serve the similar purpose while developing a modern web application which is fast, secure and responsive, all at the same time.
  • Both are open-source Javascript libraries, where AngularJS web application framework is maintained by Google whereas ReactJS gets maintained collectively by Facebook, Instagram and a developers’ community.
  • However, AngularJS is much more famous due to its capability of successfully addressing the challenges encountered while building and developing single-page web applications.
  • Notably, AngularJS is also the front-end development framework under the MEANJS Web Development or Mean Stack web application development process.
  • Also, on google trends, AngularJS has got much larger support while comparing the two among the web app developers worldwide.

Both AngularJS and ReactJS almost serve the similar purpose but to choose one among them always becomes a big headache for many of the developers.
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Comparing AngularJS and ReactJS for Development

#AngularJS vs. #ReactJS: which library should you choose?

  • In the last couple years DashBouquet team had a great number of various projects, among which were the ones on Angular, Angular2 and React.
  • Here is a table, in which we give pros and cons for AngularJS and ReactJS:

    Developers tend to choose Angular over React, which is an advantage because in this scenario, it is more convenient to work with the framework.

  • On the contrary, no such problems appeared while working with Angular2 and React, due to predictable state containers and immutables.
  • As for React and Angular2 cons, one of the biggest issues is lack of good developers.
  • Despite the fact that React is quite small framework, there are still a lot of things for developers to consider: state management, interaction with sever, testing and so on.

Developers tend to choose AngularJS over ReactJS, which is an advantage because in this scenario, it is more convenient to work with the framework.
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Comparing AngularJS and ReactJS for Development

Comparing #AngularJS and #ReactJS for Development

  • In the last couple years DashBouquet team had a great number of various projects, among which were the ones on Angular, Angular2 and React.
  • Here is a table, in which we give pros and cons for AngularJS and ReactJS:

    Developers tend to choose Angular over React, which is an advantage because in this scenario, it is more convenient to work with the framework.

  • On the contrary, no such problems appeared while working with Angular2 and React, due to predictable state containers and immutables.
  • As for React and Angular2 cons, one of the biggest issues is lack of good developers.
  • Despite the fact that React is quite small framework, there are still a lot of things for developers to consider: state management, interaction with sever, testing and so on.

Developers tend to choose AngularJS over ReactJS, which is an advantage because in this scenario, it is more convenient to work with the framework.
Continue reading “Comparing AngularJS and ReactJS for Development”