All about my crush on React.js

Our match-maker: JavaScript

  • JS Basics: scopes, hoisting, Functions.
  • Array Methods (map, filter, reduce).
  • Object Methods (Object.keys, values, entries).
  • JS ES6 Features: ES6 Modules, Let and Const, Arrow Functions, Classes, template literals, spread Operator and Rest Parameters, Destructuring.
  • Handling Asynchronous Code (Callbacks, Promises).
  • Asynchronously sending and receiving data (fetch or axios).

And then, he appeared: all covered in components

Here we can see an example of a Header component with its cute little data imported from React and exported to the App.💓

Tell me more, tell me more: was it love at first sight?

  • React.js is simple
  • React.js is component based
  • React.js is extensive
  • React.js is fast
  • React.js is easy to learn

1. It’s simple

2. It’s easy to learn

3. Sexy evil twin: Native approach

4. It’s easy to test

But suddenly, he looks all different. In love with React Native or “the bad guy”

You are the JavaScript library that I want, you are the one honey, uh uh uh!

Will we live happily ever after?

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