ReactJS development services
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What is ReactJS?
ReactJS development services offered by Fabrity
Who we work for
A dedicated team managed by Fabrity
- Build a cross-functional team with all roles and skills covered
- Benefit from our tools, processes, best practices, and infrastructure
- Use a quoted time and materials (QT&M) model based on the volume of software delivered
A team managed by the client
- Scale up your project team with our IT experts according to your current needs
- We make sure your developers have everything to start working immediately (hardware, software licenses, ensured security, and GDPR requirements)
- Use a time and materials contract (T&M) with contracted flexibility
A hybrid team
- Mix our experts with your team to strengthen it with the skills you need
- Benefit from our software development best practices and processes
- Use either QT&M or T&M model depending on how leadership roles are split between your team and our experts
Software development hubs
- Set up your virtual software development hub quickly
- Access the tech talent pool available in the CEE region
- Scale up and down without incurring upfront costs
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What you can build with React
- Ecommerce platforms
- Enterprise web apps
- Social media platforms
- Online marketplaces
- Single-Page Applications (SPAs)
- Streaming service platforms
- Content Management Systems (CMS)
- Document management systems
- Back-office automation solutions
- Online learning platforms
- Data visualization tools
- Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems
- Inventory management systems
- Project and task management systems
- Sales and marketing automation systems
- Healthcare platforms
- Social media apps
- Ecommerce apps
- Healthcare apps
- Finance and banking apps
- Travel and booking apps
- Fitness apps
- Music streaming apps
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Frequently asked questions
React Native, on the other hand, is a distinct entity—a framework that employs a unique syntax to create native components, catering specifically to mobile platforms such as Android and iOS.
Both React and React Native structure applications around components, but their syntaxes differ. While React employs CSS styles for enhancing the application, React Native uses its own style sheets.
Choose React if:
- Your application needs to handle multiple simultaneous events. React’s ability to distribute event handling and avoid updating the actual DOM helps manage multiple events efficiently.
- You require a customized application solution. While Angular offers comprehensive solutions for common needs, React provides flexibility by allowing developers to find the right additional libraries for your unique solution.
- Your solution involves shareable components. Whether data needs to be shared within the app itself, with other apps, or with external parties, React handles this better than Angular.
Choose Angular if:
- You are looking for ready-to-use solutions. If your needs align with established practices in your field, the comprehensive solutions provided by Angular may serve you well.
- You aim to achieve your business goals quickly. Angular’s ready-to-use UI elements and components save time spent on finding and choosing libraries.
- Your project requires a large-scale, feature-rich application. If you expect users to spend a significant amount of time on your site, engaging in a variety of activities, Angular could be a good fit.
- Your UI is not overly complex. While React can handle simple UIs, Angular is better suited for simpler UIs in single-page applications.
Consider using Vue as your framework if:
- You are working with a new developer, or one who is not well-versed in JSX.
- You are under a tight schedule to produce a Minimum Viable Product (MVP). Vue’s primary tools and swift templating can expedite prototype development.
- You are upgrading or migrating an existing project. Vue’s progressive structure allows components from previous projects to be integrated and developed further.
- You are building a single-page application (SPA) that will not be a massive project. Vue’s Server-Side Rendering (SSR) tools are particularly beneficial for efficient creation in this context.
- You are working on a project requiring high collaboration levels. Vue’s usage of widely recognized programming languages can simplify this process.
On the other hand, React could be a more suitable framework if:
- You have a developer capable of leveraging React’s active community, comfortable with using JSX exclusively, and familiar with the extensive third-party libraries at their disposal.
- Your project is anticipated to be a complex app or likely to scale over time.
- You are developing a mobile app. The UI developed in React can be directly utilized by React Native for immediate interface translation.
- You are creating a large website or SPA with video functionality, much like Netflix, a platform that actively uses React.
The performance dynamics of Blazor and React come with their own sets of pros and cons. Blazor often boasts quicker initial load times when compared to React, although it also presents a larger bundle size, necessitating the inclusion of the .NET runtime and libraries. To mitigate this, Blazor Server can provide swifter rendering times relative to React, given it does not require data transmission to the browser. However, it also manifests a higher latency compared to React, owing to its reliance on a continuous server connection.
React has the potential to outperform Blazor under certain conditions, given its utilization of a virtual DOM that refreshes only the altered segments of the UI. Nonetheless, React comes with its own set of challenges, such as potential memory leaks or unnecessary re-rendering if not optimized correctly.