uim-react ~master

D library for ReactJs projects

To use this package, run the following command in your project's root directory:

Manual usage
Put the following dependency into your project's dependences section:

Web 🕸️ web-react

React is a JavaScript library specifically designed for building user interfaces. Unlike a full-fledged framework, React focuses on UI components and can be used in various environments, not just the web.

  1. What Is React?
  • React is not a framework, but rather a library.
  • It's used alongside other libraries to render UIs in specific environments.
  • For example, React Native allows building mobile applications using React.
  • On the web, React works in conjunction with ReactDOM.
  1. Components and UI Building:
  • React's primary goal is to minimize bugs during UI development.
  • It achieves this through components, which are self-contained pieces of code describing parts of the UI.
  • Components can be combined to create a complete UI.
  • React abstracts much of the rendering work, allowing developers to focus on design.
  1. Use Cases:
  • React doesn't enforce strict rules on code conventions or file organization.
  • Teams can adopt React as they see fit.
  • It can handle anything from a single button to an entire app's UI.
  • While React can be used for small UI elements, it truly shines when building entire apps.
  1. Tooling and Learning Curve:
  • React has a compilation process (e.g., using Babel) for features like JSX (HTML-in-JavaScript).
  • Some consider React's tooling requirements heavy, but it's learnable.
  • In this article, we'll focus on using React to render a complete UI with the support of Vite, a modern front-end build tool¹.
  • UI Manufaktur Team
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