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What Will Happen To React In Future? by azeez1973(m): 11:41am On Feb 26, 2021
Now, Reactjs is getting trendy like php.
According to you, what do you think React future might be?
IOT or block chain
Any ideas??
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by ClintonNzedimma(m): 12:31pm On Feb 26, 2021
React is not trending like PHP.
React is a framework or library depending on how you see it,
PHP is a language.

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Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by ProfAmaben(m): 3:50pm On Feb 26, 2021
Wrong questions would get wrong answers. JavaScript is a language, once you're good at it, you can learn any framework under it. React is a UI framework under JavaScript, simple.
It was built to make DOM manipulation to be as simple as possible.
Have you imported React from "react", the saw react-dom.render() ? React dom.render is the robot that does this process.

What is the future of React? React would remain king of the UI for decades to come. Facebook is actively maintaining React and also using it.

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Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by azeez1973(m): 2:37pm On Feb 27, 2021
ProfAmaben:
Wrong questions would get wrong answers. JavaScript is a language, once you're good at it, you can learn any framework under it. React is a UI framework under JavaScript, simple.
It was built to make DOM manipulation to be as simple as possible.
Have you imported React from "react", the saw react-dom.render() ? React dom.render is the robot that does this process.

What is the future of React? React would remain king of the UI for decades to come. Facebook is actively maintaining React and also using it.
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Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by tensazangetsu20(m): 3:02pm On Feb 27, 2021
ProfAmaben:
Wrong questions would get wrong answers. JavaScript is a language, once you're good at it, you can learn any framework under it. React is a UI framework under JavaScript, simple.
It was built to make DOM manipulation to be as simple as possible.
Have you imported React from "react", the saw react-dom.render() ? React dom.render is the robot that does this process.

What is the future of React? React would remain king of the UI for decades to come. Facebook is actively maintaining React and also using it.
Exactly and then there's things like Gatsby and Nextjs which are becoming very prominent and you even have frameworks built on those frameworks like blitzjs built on Nextjs. React is not going anywhere.
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by Karleb(m): 5:43pm On Feb 27, 2021
As long as their is Facebook, React will flourish.

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Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by Johnmattee(m): 6:45pm On Feb 27, 2021
tensazangetsu20:

Exactly and then there's things like Gatsby and Nextjs which are becoming very prominent and you even have frameworks built on those frameworks like blitzjs built on Nextjs. React is not going anywhere.
JavaScript and its over bloated framework and dependencies.
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by Nobody: 8:49am On Feb 28, 2021
Johnmattee:

JavaScript and its over bloated framework and dependencies.
I swear, this new generation and it's churning out of useless toys you can hardly cope with, it's so funny that languages like C, C++ and rust will always be there.
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by Johnmattee(m): 9:04am On Feb 28, 2021
SegFault:

I swear, this new generation and it's churning out of useless toys you can hardly cope with, it's so funny that languages like C, C++ and rust will always be there.
The funny thing is all those frameworks ain't gonna last. JS is just crazy!
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by Nobody: 9:16am On Feb 28, 2021
Johnmattee:

The funny thing is all those frameworks ain't gonna last. JS is just crazy!
the thing tire person, nothing like job safety exists anymore, when your "stack" becomes obsolete, your own go just enter voice mail.
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by Johnmattee(m): 9:27am On Feb 28, 2021
grin
SegFault:

the thing tire person, nothing like job safety exists anymore, when your "stack" becomes obsolete, your own go just enter voice mail.
grin
SegFault:

the thing tire person, nothing like job safety exists anymore, when your "stack" becomes obsolete, your own go just enter voice mail.
JavaScript stack is not reliable. You have to stay updated
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by Nobody: 12:26pm On Feb 28, 2021
Johnmattee:
grin grin
JavaScript stack is not reliable. You have to stay updated
And all the so called tutorials beat around the bush without achieving anything even books are usually useless in teaching these things.
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by Karleb(m): 1:27pm On Feb 28, 2021
I don't really get the hate towards JS here?

React, Angular and Vue have been around for a while, this is 2021 and they are still going stronger.

In fact, these frameworks coupled with ES5 and 6 are the reason almost everyone want to learn Javascript these days. They make it exciting.

If you know C or C++, what exactly is your concern with someone that does front end Javascript?

If you know Javascript before learning any of it's popular front end framework, you can always switch to what is trending and what pays the bill by the time your stack becomes obsolete.

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Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by qtguru(m): 3:59pm On Feb 28, 2021
Karleb:
I don't really get the hate towards JS here?

React, Angular and Vue have been around for a while, this is 2021 and they are still going stronger.

In fact, these frameworks coupled with ES5 and 6 are the reason almost everyone want to learn Javascript these days. They make it exciting.

If you know C or C++, what exactly is your concern with someone that does front end Javascript?

If you know Javascript before learning any of it's popular front end framework, you can always switch to what is trending and what pays the bill by the time your stack becomes obsolete.

JavaScript has alot of bad parts, Single threaded and just a terrible language as much as I know the language I always complain about it, a framework node takes 800mb of memory to run, Electron is the worst thing to be invented, massive bloat of memory. I get where SegFault is coming from, back then Desktop apps were built and consume minimal memory with Qt Framework (miss this) but now every tom dick and harry use Electron and contribute to the bloat. I do frontend and 4GB is gone to Electron/Slack and Node instances. JS is truly a messy language.
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by qtguru(m): 4:02pm On Feb 28, 2021
React is always showing it's issues, Read this https://medium.com/airbnb-engineering/react-native-at-airbnb-f95aa460be1c

The First time at Interswitch, Vanso said we should learn RN, I was learning it and decided to look at how it works, and mehn I was just like Hell no, I'd rather learn Native/Flutter. However it's good for Business App sha
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by Karleb(m): 4:46pm On Feb 28, 2021
qtguru:


JavaScript has alot of bad parts, Single threaded and just a terrible language as much as I know the language I always complain about it, a framework node takes 800mb of memory to run, Electron is the worst thing to be invented, massive bloat of memory. I get where SegFault is coming from, back then Desktop apps were built and consume minimal memory with Qt Framework (miss this) but now every tom dick and harry use Electron and contribute to the bloat. I do frontend and 4GB is gone to Electron/Slack and Node instances. JS is truly a messy language.


I was speaking for front-end Javascript.
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by qtguru(m): 5:17pm On Feb 28, 2021
Karleb:


I was speaking for front-end Javascript.

The same thing I'm talking about
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by Nobody: 7:37pm On Feb 28, 2021
qtguru:


JavaScript has alot of bad parts, Single threaded and just a terrible language as much as I know the language I always complain about it, a framework node takes 800mb of memory to run, Electron is the worst thing to be invented, massive bloat of memory. I get where SegFault is coming from, back then Desktop apps were built and consume minimal memory with Qt Framework (miss this) but now every tom dick and harry use Electron and contribute to the bloat. I do frontend and 4GB is gone to Electron/Slack and Node instances. JS is truly a messy language.

I no de learn that thing again, I thought php was ugly until I met that language, imagine after wasting your time reading a whole for dummies you can't even still understand most of what is going on I can't understand the docs or tutorials you just have to do what they call copy and paste, languages and frameworks they churn out these days are headless, only good one I've come across without too much load is bootstrap. I thought c++ was the worst language on earth till js.
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by Nobody: 7:42pm On Feb 28, 2021
Karleb:
I don't really get the hate towards JS here?

React, Angular and Vue have been around for a while, this is 2021 and they are still going stronger.

In fact, these frameworks coupled with ES5 and 6 are the reason almost everyone want to learn Javascript these days. They make it exciting.

If you know C or C++, what exactly is your concern with someone that does front end Javascript?

If you know Javascript before learning any of it's popular front end framework, you can always switch to what is trending and what pays the bill by the time your stack becomes obsolete.
That's the thing I've learnt all of them, when teaching a language like c, they tell you everything and make you understand what's going on so that you can know the best function or structure to use, but these languages and frameworks even after trying you just simply don't understand what the hell is going on.
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by ClintonNzedimma(m): 7:47pm On Feb 28, 2021
qtguru:


JavaScript has alot of bad parts, Single threaded and just a terrible language as much as I know the language I always complain about it, a framework node takes 800mb of memory to run, Electron is the worst thing to be invented, massive bloat of memory. I get where SegFault is coming from, back then Desktop apps were built and consume minimal memory with Qt Framework (miss this) but now every tom dick and harry use Electron and contribute to the bloat. I do frontend and 4GB is gone to Electron/Slack and Node instances. JS is truly a messy language.

I disagree with the electron part.
You know NodeJs has c++ running behind, you can’t blame js only for the memory hog
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by Nobody: 7:50pm On Feb 28, 2021
ClintonNzedimma:

I disagree with the electron part.
You know NodeJs has c++ running behind, you can’t blame js only for the memory hog
All hard coded programs rely on compiled mid level code but when it is written poorly, you have yourself to blame.
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by ClintonNzedimma(m): 7:51pm On Feb 28, 2021
SegFault:

I no de learn that thing again, I thought php was ugly until I met that language, imagine after wasting your time reading a whole for dummies you can't even still understand most of what is going on I can't understand the docs or tutorials you just have to do what they call copy and paste, languages and frameworks they churn out these days are headless, only good one I've come across without too much load is bootstrap. I thought c++ was the worst language on earth till js.
I feel you code mostly in python
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by ClintonNzedimma(m): 7:52pm On Feb 28, 2021
SegFault:

All hard coded programs rely on compiled mid level code but when it is written poorly, you have yourself to blame.
Lol
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by Nobody: 7:55pm On Feb 28, 2021
ClintonNzedimma:

I feel you code mostly in python
Oboi laziness no allow me, na C#, C and C++ plus some other Languages php is on the way, currently learning asp. Net core, and I'm seeing signs that are telling me to learn more about c# new features

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Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by qtguru(m): 8:23pm On Feb 28, 2021
ClintonNzedimma:

I disagree with the electron part.
You know NodeJs has c++ running behind, you can’t blame js only for the memory hog

Chromium alone consumes ram, now spinning up one for a basic application is laziness and bad habit.
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by qtguru(m): 8:24pm On Feb 28, 2021
SegFault:

I no de learn that thing again, I thought php was ugly until I met that language, imagine after wasting your time reading a whole for dummies you can't even still understand most of what is going on I can't understand the docs or tutorials you just have to do what they call copy and paste, languages and frameworks they churn out these days are headless, only good one I've come across without too much load is bootstrap. I thought c++ was the worst language on earth till js.
C++ has too many quirks you need to know about, but I like the language because you can build anything but it is way complex, but worth it.
Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by qtguru(m): 8:47pm On Feb 28, 2021
ClintonNzedimma:

I disagree with the electron part.
You know NodeJs has c++ running behind, you can’t blame js only for the memory hog

See where my anger comes from, Although a Figma with massive images are responsible for the large memory, but see other processes it's all Chromium instances ( Electron and Chrome )

Re: What Will Happen To React In Future? by ClintonNzedimma(m): 10:51pm On Feb 28, 2021
qtguru:


See where my anger comes from, Although a Figma with massive images are responsible for the large memory, but see other processes it's all Chromium instances ( Electron and Chrome )
OMO X2

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