You can find a list of alternative front-end web frameworks on this post.
Prerequisites to learn React
To work with React, you need a good understanding of the following technologies:
You can find information about how to get introduced on web development on this post.
Resources to learn React
You can find the official React learning resources on this external link.
You can find the React official documentation on this external link.
Editors and IDEs for React
You can find:
- On-premise Editors and IDEs
- Cloud Editors and IDEs
On-premise Editors and IDEs
Visual Studio Code
Atom is a source code editor for multiple programming languages.
Sublime Text is a source code editor for multiple programming languages.
It is paid and proprietary software. Unlike other JetBrains products, there is no free and open-source (FOSS) community edition.
Reactide is an IDE specific for React.js. It is free and open-source (FOSS).
Rekit Studio is a toolkit for building scalable web applications with React, Redux and React-router.
To find more information about compatibility between Nuclide and React, please read this external link.
Hello World Program
Code for a “Hello world” React program.
<div id="root"> <!-- This element's contents will be replaced with your component. --> </div>
const root = ReactDOM.createRoot(document.getElementById('root')); root.render(<h1>Hello, world!</h1>);
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