Reactjs Development Process
- Pre-Production phase
In the pre-production phase, developers create a rough prototype of the application. They use ReactJS to create the user interface and test it against Feedback from clients or users.
- Production phase
In the production phase, developers add features to the application and make it look perfect for users. They also use ReactJS to create components and interactions between them.
- Post-Production phase
After the application is released, developers review customer feedback and fix any issues that have been reported. They also use ReactJS to create new components or updates to existing ones
React was created in March 2013 by Facebook engineers Ryan Dahl and John Gustavson as a way to improve the performance of the company’s website. React quickly gained popularity within Facebook and other companies started adopting it too. In February 2015, Facebook released React Native, which allowed developers to build mobile apps with React. Today, React is used by more than 60% of all front-end web applications on the planet.
Many Reactjs Development services are familiar with the React component lifecycle, but may not be as familiar with ReactJS Router. In this blog post, we will take a look at how to create a basic ReactJS Router.
First, let’s create our basic ReactJS application. We will use the create-react-app CLI to create a new project called reactjs-router . Once the project is created, we can cd into it and initialize our app using the following command:
npm init -y