React by nature can respond to application's state of change dynamically and redraw them without any intense DOM manipulations from your end. In fact, many popular brands like Facebook, Instagram, Netflix, PayPal, and Uber use React to build enterprise applications because of its dynamic nature.
React JS is one of the most preferred client-side web parts on SPFx developments because of its ease of use and speed
With SPFx, Microsoft is taking a giant leap into embracing open-source to serve the SharePoint Online clients with better user interfaces and experience. The SPFX approach also allows SharePoint applications to embrace various open source libraries and tools.
"Slick is a React-based predefined library that can be directly inserted into the component and reduce developer's time."
React slick can be easily installed from npm and used in a page by adding the slick tag and configuration web part.
where variations like responsive display, multiple items, etc. can be achieved by using this single plugin.
With React, the application becomes well prepared to create user-friendly web parts. Also, the time taken to create a web part is comparatively quicker and easier for a developer. In React, all UIs are expressed as pure functions and the SPFx primarily makes use of React components and concepts. Hence, React has become a favorite choice for developers and user's community to develop web parts.
React enables creation of module-like pieces of code called "Components". These code snippets reflect a particular part of the user interface, which can be repeated across several web pages. This is what we mean by reusability, which is a great way to save valuable time on development. The declarative nature of React also makes designing UI seamless and takes a major load off from product developers so they could focus on more important functions and business logic. We can also build a responsive design and PWA using React. React Applications can be made type-safe with Microsoft's TypeScript and we can also implement Functional Programming using React.
React JS a right mix in SPFx to overcome SharePoint limitations in Usability.
Using Tivasta we have developed more than 45 portals for our customers across the globe. Tivasta uses React.js on SPFx. Microsoft's preferred choice has been React for SharePoint Online and with bootstrap, it is quicker to create user-friendly interfaces. No wonder, we developed both the front-end and web parts in Tivasta using React. At Tivasta, we have matured on SharePoint yet nimble when it comes to embracing new frameworks, which transforms user experience.
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