A CLI #Reactjs performance optimization tool that identifies potential unnecessary re-rendering

  • Reactopt identifies specific events that may be causing unnecessary re-rendering of components in your application, and which components may benefit from utilizing shouldComponentUpdate.
  • Prior to React 16, the module react-addons-perf helped identify locations that developers may want to implement shouldComponentUpdate to limit over-rendering.
  • However, since the module is no longer supported we created Reactopt to fill the gap, and also provide increased functionality for any version of React.
  • After you’re finished and type ‘done’, you will see an audit on your application’s component performance.
  • Include this code at the top of your main React component file (our module is meant to be used in development mode): – – Include this script in your package.json: – – This module was created by Candace Rogers, Pam Lam, Vu Phung, Selina Zawacki – – Let us know!…

reactopt – A CLI React performance optimization tool that identifies potential unnecessary re-rendering
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AngularJS vs ReactJs: what’s better for you? -ValueCoders

#AngularJS vs #ReactJs: what's better for you? -ValueCoders 
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  • AngularJS has a major advantage of testing ease which gives another reason to choose AngularJS.
  • The approach gives developers high flexibility and amazing performance gains because ReactJS calculates what change is needed to be made in the virtual DOM in advance and updates the DOM-trees .
  • You can easily use its components with other frameworks.
  • If you are trying to choose one of them, then ‘s our suggestion.
  • ReactJS Native is much more focused on user interface unlike AngularJs .

There is Google’s AngularJs and on the other side it’s Facebook’s ReactJS. Both are strong & useful. Hence let’s see who wins the AngularJS vs ReactJS war..
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