Let’s start here,
Nodejs and Reactjs: The feature-based differences
What is Nodejs?
For what Nodejs mainly for?
- Mostly used for the server-side proxy as it retrieves data from multiple sources and to proxy multiple services with different response times.
- Used in highly extensible projects by considering its ecosystem of thousands of package modules.
Features of Nodejs
- Open-source: Nodejs is a free and open-source framework.
- Enhanced performance: It undergoes non-blocking operations, which enhances the overall performance of the application.
- Scalability: Every Nodejs based application is allowed to scale in all scope to improvise their performance.
- Server development: Developers build different servers like the DNS server with some built-in APIs.
What is ReactJS?
Reactjs is also an open-source like Nodejs. But a front-end library to develop user-interfaces(UI) for dynamic websites and web applications in a predetermined way. Reactjs helps in developing high-performance dynamic libraries. For example, this technology is especially to showcase some newsfeeds on the screen while people are chatting in communication applications.
For what ReactJS mainly for?
- Building great user interfaces perfectly equipped to render large datasets.
- For the building of web browser applications and high-performing, dynamic libraries.
Features of ReactJS
- Easy maintenance: It re-uses system components and solves any issues connected with React updates.
- Performance: It uses the Virtual document object model, which improves app performance.
- Stable code: The downward data flow model guarantees code stability and better app performance.
- Mobile app development: It allows building rich UI for iOS and Android supporting native apps with same pattern.
End of the combat
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