React JS Overview and Environment Setup

React JS Overview and Environment Setup

React JS, created and maintained by Facebook, is an open source front end Javascript Library for building user interfaces and is licensed under BSD. React uses some features of the recent version of Javascript, ES6 and uses Babel to transpile it. “React is a declarative, efficient, and flexible JavaScript library…”, as stated from the github…

Next.JS – Who’s NEXT?

Next.JS – Who’s NEXT?

Another emerging JavaScript framework is now on version 2.0. Have you ever wondered if you can create a simple web application without worrying about the things you need to learn  like routing, layouts and many other concepts that are essential in building applications? Well, NEXT.JS is an opensource JavaScript framework that allows you to do…

JetBrains’ Webstorm Embraces VUE.JS

JetBrains’ Webstorm Embraces VUE.JS

JetBrains is now supporting Vue.JS in their smartest JavaScript IDE Webstorm. The 2017.1 version release of their Webstorm supports the following modern web frameworks: Angular, React, Meteor, and Vue. This IDE also supports React Native, PhoneGap, Cordova and Ionic for mobile development. There are now more new features and frameworks that Webstorm is supporting. Vue…

InfernoJS to Rival React JavaScript

InfernoJS to Rival React JavaScript

InfernoJS may be small but it is certainly a terrible force to be reckoned with. A budding rival to Facebook’s own React, this lightweight library offers a wide range of features including a major speed boost, server-side render stream, and lower memory consumption. Just from these alone, it is not a surprise to hear that…