1. Creating Dynamic Web Pages
2. Practical Applications
Over the past few years, web applications – which work as an extension of a website – have experienced a considerable increase in popularity among users. Because of their compatibility with various browsers and operating systems, they’ve become a go-to option for those interested in developing cross-platform mobile applications, as discussed in our Future of React Native Development blog post.
With its React Native component, the React library enables developers to create native mobile applications using React components. React is ideal for those interested in developing a web application that can potentially be converted into native mobile versions in the future.
3. Virtual Reality and Games
As web browsers progress, they’re progressively capable of displaying intricate graphics, enabling the development and launch of applications that were previously difficult to run directly on a browser.
|Concise and simple; quickly grasped
|Not a simple bug to fix
|Fluent, rapid interpretation
|Low security on the client side
|Compatible with a wide range of languages.
|Support for multiple inheritance is not present.
|Reduces server stress by processing data locally
|Its functionality may vary from browser to browser.