React v/s angular

Why We Moved From Angular to React?

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We believe connecting great talent to great companies requires every line of our code to be special. And this is the first of many posts to come on the engineering developments from Belong. Every startup’s fondest dream is to keep building functionality and features and make an exhaustive app. All this, while making an easy and intuitive interface for the end user. However, that’s easier said than done. Initially, we used both Angular and jQuery to get to an MVP. But soon, our front-end started getting cluttered with more logic on managing external dependencies than the actual view logic. The price of maintainability and evolution in the long-run was soon wearing on us and we realized that we had to choose a single framework fast. The Angular problem When Angular first came into the spotlight with their MVC (Model View Controller), a lot of people were simply blown away with its two-way…

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React v/s angular

React over AngularJS?

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  AngularJS and ReactJS have several different aspects: Componentization: AngularJS is based on the three layers — Model, View, Controller, and provides many standard services, factories, controllers, and directives. We divide app code into several files and can reuse template or component in a different part of the website. ReactJS helps us update the View for the user and, with Flux, can control the application workflow. React offers freedom, but it comes at the cost of additional time spent designing the structure of an application. Data Binding: Angular uses two-way data binding, it helps us write less boilerplate code to create interactions between components (the View and the Model). But Angular automatically creates a watcher for each binding and we may come to a point when an app is packed with too many watchers for bound elements. React uses one-way data binding and an application architecture called Flux controls the…

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