By Scott Miller, Senior Software Engineer, Pulsion Technology
React has markedly better performance than Angular 2+. Part of this is down to the fact that React is so lightweight, and partly down to the fact that React uses a virtual DOM to minimise the amount of information that it needs to update in the browser with every webpage refresh.
One of the things that disappointed me most when looking into React was the lack of definitive coding standards, the way can be found in Angular (for example, John Papa’s excellent Angular style guides). But then again, React is still a developing framework, with new features and changes being made regularly, so perhaps a definitive set of coding standards for React is still to come.
In part III of this blog series, we’ll briefly discuss the other options available, and then offer our conclusions. Meantime, please feel free to leave a comment, or if you have any questions on this or any other software development topic, then please don’t hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0141 352 2280.