Laravel Web Development

For almost a decade now, Laravel has retained its top position as the best PHP framework for building robust web applications. Third Rock Techkno is renowned as the best Laravel development company in India for how we have leveraged the framework to build ultra-efficient web and mobile apps in the past 5 years. We offer best-in-class Laravel web development services spanning across industries like media and entertainment, education, automobiles, and more.

As a leading Laravel web application development company, our core strength lies in building fast-performing, intuitive Laravel web applications that absolutely delight the users. Our clean, coherent, and easy to understand code ensures your web application is not only highly attractive but also easily scalable.

We are a team of passionate business consultants, engineers, and project managers that specializes in working with the bottom-up approach. We do not limit our Laravel development services to building and delivering applications. Our endeavor starts with the very inspiration and objective of our clients behind the idea of their Laravel application. We offer insights on how the Laravel app development process can be fine-tuned to align with your business goals.

From choosing the ideal tech stack to feature-prioritization, our team will guide you at every step of the Laravel web development process. So let’s get started!

Our Laravel Services

  • 1. Custom Laravel web development
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  • 3. Laravel extension development
  • 4. Laravel data migration
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  • 6. Laravel Restful API development
  • 7. Theme design integration
  • 8. Laravel support and maintenance

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We cater to a diverse clientele spanning across various industries.

Why Choose Us as Your Laravel Development Company

Experienced Developers

Our highly-qualified Laravel development experts specialize in building customized, creative, and highly-interactive web and mobile applications. Whether you are a startup or an SME, our experts will get the job done.

Trusted Delivery Methods

We employ agile methodology to keep you in the loop. We focus on delivering solutions that meet your business goals, timeline, and budget.

Competitive Rates

We offer the most competitive rates on the market. Our personalized services meet the distinct budget needs of our clients from across the globe.

Transparent Work Approach

Our Laravel web development company ensures complete project visibility right from the time you approach us with your needs. We use email, phone, Skype, and other project management mediums for regular communication with our clients.

Customer Satisfaction

Our Laravel developers, designers, quality analysts, and project managers – all strive for customer satisfaction. We deliver excellent services that not only align with our clients’ needs but also help them to take their business to the next level.

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Features of Laravel Development

MVC architecture

Laravel supports the MVC architecture pattern which ensures separation of business logic and presentation layers. This results in faster performance of the app and helps in better documentation.

Built-in templates

Laravel is widely popular for how it facilitates easy UI development. Its innovative range of in-built templates helps developers leverage content seeding to build dynamic layouts for web apps.

Sophisticated ORM

Laravel’s ORM (Object Relational Mapping) is sophisticated and includes a PHP Active code implementation. As a result, Laravel developers can write database queries directly using the PHP syntax.

Unique libraries and modules

Laravel is the only PHP framework that comes with built-in object-oriented libraries for authentication, encryption, CSRF protection, and more. Thus, Laravel is the best choice for building secure PHP web apps with a modular architecture.

Massive community support

Laravel is a massively popular open-source framework. Web developers across the world have been experimenting with the framework and it has a huge community. If developers are stuck at a point, they can easily look up various forums and get instant solutions.

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25 Dec 2020 | 8 Min Read
Hiring A Full-Stack Developer? Here’s Everything You Need To Know

Full-stack developers have been the talk of the town for a long time now. Some can’t help but emphasize how budget-friendly hiring a full stack developer is. However, others are still hesitant to entrust one developer with all the aspects of their software project. So how do you know whether it’s the right decision for you to hire a full-stack developer? Here’s a complete guide, detailing everything you must know before you hire a full-stack developer for your project. What does the term full-stack developer mean? Web application development requires implementation of a variety of web technologies [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/how-to-choose-a-technology-stack-for-web-application-development] . It basically consists of three main parts: Front-end This is the part that the user sees and interacts with. It’s majorly associated with the UI /UX design of the web application. Back-end This is the under the hood part which is hidden from the users and is responsible for ensuring that the entire operation runs smoothly. Hosting This is the part that is concerned with hosting the website on a  server. The technological expertise required to program for front-end and back-end differs. A full-stack developer is a person who has the required technological expertise to program for both the front-end as well as the back-end and also has the know-how of web hosting. What does a full-stack developer do? Web application development commonly requires separate teams handling the front-end and the back-end process. Front-end developers are concerned with building the user interfaces while back-end developers build the software engines that power these interfaces. Full-stack developers are versatile experts who can build both the front-end and the back-end of a web application. So a full-stack developer is proficient in major technologies like JavaScript, PHP, Ruby, MongoDB, Nodejs, Angular, Apache, and more. Using these, the developers are able to design the web app, take care of its server-side coding as well as the database management aspects. Apart from being masters in coding, full-stack developers are also adept at understanding the requirements of the client. Thus, full-stack developers normally have the following responsibilities * Code for front-end as well as the back-end * Identify the testing techniques for web applications * Coordinate with other developers as well as with clients When you should consider hiring a full-stack developer Hiring a full-stack developer may yield you the most benefits in the following situations: When building a new web project from scratch If you are building a new website from scratch, then it would be best to go with a full stack developer. This is because a full stack developer will not only help in programming for the front-end as well as the back-end, he/she will also help in coordinating the team. When cost is a major constraint If you hire a full-stack developer, you won’t have to hire separate developers for different technologies. Thus, it’s a much more budget-friendly option compared to hiring multiple specialists for one project. When you need a technical partner Full-stack developers have the complete technical know-how of developing a web app. As they have a broad knowledge of the field, they can oversee all the technological operations themselves and help you in building the product efficiently. When you only need an MVP Initially, when you are just starting, all you need is a robust minimum viable product (MVP). Full-stack developers are fairly proficient in all the skills required to build a quick MVP. So it’s best to just hire one developer when your budget is a tight constraint. MVP For Startups: How it Helps Reduce Development Costs Read More [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/mvp-for-startups-how-it-helps-reduce-development-costs/] When you should not hire a full-stack developer Although full-stack developers possess a wide range of skills, they may not be the right fit for certain kinds of projects. Here’s when you should not hire a full-stack developer: When your app has attained a certain level of scalability. If your application has reached a certain scale, it’s best to have separate people handle separate work. You don’t want to overburden one developer with the entire workload. It’s also possible that a full-stack developer may not have the specialization required to handle that level of complexity in the application. When you require only single-layer work There are many instances where knowledge of a single layer is sufficient. For example, if you want to create only an API service, then you should go for hiring only a back-end developer. When speed and load optimizations are an indispensable priority Once your web application has started to gain huge traffic, you might face the need to optimize its speed or load handling capabilities. In this case, you will need someone who has years of experience in a technological layer. These experts are very familiar with all the problems and bottlenecks of a technology they work upon. Full-stack developers might not prove to be the best fit as they might not be able to extract the full capability of a particular technology. So without a doubt, go for hiring specialized experts in front end as well as backend technologies if your web app gets a lot of traffic every day. Top skills to look for while hiring a full-stack developer To start with, a full-stack developer must have a degree in computer science, years of experience in working with various technologies, and should be proficient in multiple programming languages. Moreover, they should also have good managerial skills as they often need to coordinate with different front-end and back-end teams. The most challenging aspect of being a full-stack developer is to stay updated with trends in all the technologies they work with. So it’s vital that they are passionate about reading and learning a lot. If they aren’t able to keep up with the latest trends, they may not be a good fit for your project. Lastly, a critical skill to look for in a full-stack developer is the ability to visualize the big picture. They should be able to put together all the requirements and share insights on how things should move forward to achieve the end goal. Therefore, whenever something goes wrong, a full-stack developer should be able to point it out and resolve the bottlenecks. Technical skills to look for in a full-stack developer The following is a brief list of the skills a full-stack developer must possess to build a whole web application. Front-end development skills of a full-stack developer * Proficiency in client-based scripts like AJAX * Web fundamentals like HTML, CSS and JavaScript * Ability to work on HTML, CSS frameworks like Bootstrap and Foundation * Good knowledge of major JavaScript frameworks like AngularJS, Reactjs, and Vuejs [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/angular-vs-react-vs-vue-which-framework-to-use-in-2020] . * Should be able to work with libraries like Backbone.js [https://backbonejs.org/], Knockout.js [https://knockoutjs.com/], jQuery [https://jquery.com/], and Ember.js [https://emberjs.com/]. Back-end development skills of a full-stack developer * Should be good at working with server-side technologies like Apache, J2EE, Nginx, etc. * Should know server-side languages like Python, Ruby, PHP, JavaScript, and Perl * Ample knowledge about database management technologies like MongoDB, Microsoft SQL MySQL, and Oracle * Should be able to differentiate between relational and non-relational databases and decide when to choose one over the other * Should have the necessary skills to design the schema of a database * Knowledge about API development, designs, and RESTful services Additionally, full-stack developers should be able to increase the efficiency of your hosting environment and manage it well. Cost to hire a full-stack developer For all these versatile skills, how much does it cost to hire a full-stack developer? We have studied the analysis by job portals like Indeed in addition to our own analysis of average full-stack developers on platforms like LinkedIn and Glassdoor. We found that the average salary of a full-stack developer in regions like Australia, Europe, Canada, and the USA is around $110 per hour. This is the hourly rate in case you want to hire a full-time developer. If you want to hire a freelancer, then the rate will be $50- 150 per hour. Compared to developed nations, developing nations like India can prove to be a better place for hiring a full-stack web developer. The average hourly rates of full-stack developers in India can be as low as $25. However, there are developers with varying levels of expertise. So the range can be anywhere between $25 and $80 per hour. India is a country where knowledge is abundant. With 2.5 million STEM graduates passing out every year [https://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-20500312], the market for software developers is quite competitive. Because India is an IT powerhouse, the full-stack developers from India are considered quite experienced and reliable. Corporate giants like Microsoft, Ford, and Google have entrusted Indian developers for decades now. On the other hand, small businesses prefer Indian developers too because of their cost-effectiveness. How to hire the right full-stack developer for your project While hiring a full-stack developer, you could either check their previous work portfolio or give them a real-life problem test to solve with specified requirements. An ideal way is to do both. You should then check their front-end development skills. See how they have brought out the beauty of the design, compatibility, responsiveness, and performance in their previous work. Moreover, evaluate their database skills by checking the schema designs, the way data is stored, the number of queries, and the execution speed of the queries. Lastly, check their server management skills by asking how they install and secure the servers. See what web servers they use, how they optimize the setup for efficiency, and finally how they plan to deploy the app. Scope your project well before hiring a full-stack developer In order to find the right fit for your project, make sure you scope your project requirements well. Only then you will be able to filter the right kind of developers. Evaluate the bids on the basis of not only costs but also the value they will bring in You will be very inclined to shortlist candidates or bids on the basis of how cheap they are. Don’t make this mistake. Instead, check how each expert or a team of experts can maximize the ROI in the long run. Hiring freelancers may sound like a cost-efficient solution at first. However, the potential risks of not hiring a professional software development company may increase the costs in the later stages. Hire full-stack developers from Third Rock Techkno to maximize your ROI Third Rock Techkno is a full-service software development agency [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/] with a rich experience spanning over 6 years. We have been trusted by enterprises as well as small businesses for supreme quality development services that ensure high profitability. Our team comprises not just developers but also business consultants who strive to strike the right balance between your technical preferences and business goals. We follow a strictly professional approach while providing you with a dedicated full-stack developer [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/hire-us/]who is the best choice for your software project. We promise cost=efficient services while elimination any risks that you face while dealing with freelancers. Our talent pool is talented and reliable. We will ensure they are always available with the best solutions in case of any issues or bugs. Build World-Class Software at Competitive Rates We prioritize value over cost. Our industry experts both in the US and in India ensure your unique software needs are met while also maximizing the ROI. Get free cost estimation for your project [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/contact-us/]

07 Sep 2020 | 8 Min Read
Why Are Developers Planning To Drift Towards React Instead Of Angular?

Technology has a way of evolving continuously. Based on how it keeps changing, user behavior and web based apps too continue to change. Programming languages and tools are most certainly directly affected by these changes. What may be the most popular language today may be a forgotten story tomorrow. Each day, a new enhancement threatens to turn a familiar language or framework archaic and obsolete. While out of the two that we are about to discuss in today’s blog none have been pushed over to the edge of extinction, we have most assuredly sensed a general migration from Angular towards React. Today, we will try to understand why this drift is occurring amongst modern developers. Evolution and Change As discussed right at the beginning, there is no doubt about the fact that the entire industry of technology and related businesses rely largely on evolution. This maybe because we, as customers, have probably learnt to demand more from our devices. It may also be perhaps because of the extremely competitive nature of the present day market. In order to survive and stay relevant every technology stack has to update itself. Just like a shop keeper has to accommodate modern day customer requirements and grow their business, languages, regardless of whether it is HTML, JavaScript, or even Python have had to undergo continuous evolution. This, in part is a very big reason so as to why many programming languages and technologies lost graces in the eyes of developers. So, without any further ado, let us dive into the most prominent reasons that have contributed towards the drift from Angular to React JS. Understanding Angular Angular is essentially an open source software engineering platform, supported by Google. It is primarily used for building the ‘front end’ or the user interface. Misko Hevery and Adam Abrons [https://www.angularjswiki.com/angular/history-of-angularjs/] developed this framework in 2009 and eventually launched it in 2010. Its two most popular features include: a. Data Binding b. Dependency Injection Interesting fact about Angular is that before its time, HTML, the web mark up language could not be interactive and had to remain static. This meant that the final website that a user would see would only be a display of the content rather than any interactive interface. With the advent of Angular [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/how-to-create-projects-with-different-angular-versions/] , HTML based documents could be converted into dynamic content, thereby making it a very popular and hot choice for developers. Positives a.Deep Linking for dynamic pages: With the help of this feature, the state of the application can be encoded into the URL for bookmarking. This allows restoration of the app from the URL to the same state. b.Directives: Creating custom HTML Tags which essentially work as custom widgets can be done using directives. In case you wish to manipulate GOM attributes, or decorate elements with behavior, then having the right set of directives makes it extremely easy. c.Full Testing Environment: Angular is omnipotent in the sense that it doesn’t require any additional plug in for testing. Negatives a.Substandard Performance: While this may not always be the case, for the most part, dynamic apps showcase slower performance and don’t necessarily work as expected. b.Scope of ambiguity: Angular is huge. It is a mammoth. This is why; there is always a scope of ambiguity and lack of clarity in terms of exploring the framework in its entirety. There’s always more than one way to complete the tasks. However, the huge developer community is very helpful in case anyone is getting stuck anywhere. Moving on to React JS React is currently the most popular JavaScript front end library with a huge community to back it up and offer support. In its most basic element, React is a component based library that is primarily used to create interactive user interfaces. React brings a whole new set of possibilities that make viewing a page an easy and uncomplicated experience for the user. To understand this better with an example, let us look at page updates. Earlier, the user would be forced to refresh the entire page in order to see new notifications, but today, because of cool new features such as the live text editor and so on and so forth; one can view notifications and messages without having to wait for refreshes. However, it is important to note that React is just a component based library and not an entire framework. It is a front end library and involves the view components of MVC (Model View Controller) Positives a.DOMS: constructing effective virtual DOM known as Document Object Model or vDOM, React facilitates the creation of light DOM tree and the ability to save it on the server-side. This is how it works: ·        While user is interacting with Internet resource, new vDOM is being continuously being created. ·        Existing DOMs are compared to the existing or the recent ones. ·        In case both of them have differences, the vDOM is rebuilt. b.Server-side Rendering: With React, one can build isomorphic/universal web apps. Typically, one would have to wait for JavaScript loadings before viewing the website, but with the help of React’s server side rendering, the loading of the start page is much accelerated. c.SEO Friendly: React presents the ‘first-load experience’ by server side rendering and connecting event-handlers on the side of the user. This makes it innately SEO friendly. d.Always Up to Scratch: The React library enjoys the support of the Facebook community and therefore all its code samples and libraries are always up to date. Negatives a.May take time to learn: There is definitely a learning curve to using React. This may be partially because of the fact that it isn’t a full fledged framework and just a component library. b.Huge Library: While many attribute this as an advantage, having such a large library can also be one of the major causes for concerns for developers as it makes simple tasks very ambiguous to approach and finish. When to Use Angular Over React? Every developer has his or her own style of working. Each brand brings its own unique set of requirements for their websites and web apps. This is why; there may not be a single fool proof answer to why you may choose react over Angular. However, in the following table, we have tried to showcase the various parameters that a developer may want to look into before making that decision. ParameterReact JSAngular JSTypeJavaScript LibraryComplete FrameworkUse Of LibrariesCan Be Packaged With Other LibrariesComplete SolutionLearning Curve SmallBigCommunity SupportLowHighInstallation TimeHighLowBest FeatureAllows you to choose tools, architecture, and librariesLimited freedom & flexibilityData BindingOne-WayTwo-WayTesting & DebuggingRequire Set Of ToolsOne Single Tool DocumentationFasterSlowerUpdatesSimpleComplexIdeal ForNative-Rendered Apps Large-Scale AppsModelVirtual DOMMVCWritten InJavaScriptTypescriptTemplateJSX + J5 (ES5/ES6)HTML + TypescriptGitHub Stars180 K80.8 KReact Benefits over Angular React is Fast and Efficient We’ve already discussed how React, unlike Angular, is a component library and not a framework. This means that with React, you are no longer restricted to work upfront with the DOM (Document Object Model). You now have the advantage of working with a layer of the vDOM (Virtual Document Object Model). This plays a large role in lending speed to React solutions, as is the need of the hour. For situations where in a developer is in rendering mode continuously, React would automatically diff on the Virtual DOM. What this means is that instead of the whole paraphernalia, React only updates the particular part of the actual DOM that requires an update. vDOM also facilitates in limiting problems related to cross browser issues with access to unified cross browser API. React Does Exceedingly Well with Component Based UI React is just hand in glove with component-based User Interface. The biggest advantage is that by modularizing the components, React is able to separate the concerns for each of them. Each component is ready to now be created or tested individually. The beauty of working with React is that it innately focuses on solving a problem by presenting a tool to develop the component. React Allows You to Exploit the Advantage of JSX When working with React you can totally exploit the advantages that JSX has to offer. JSX is essentially its own syntax which assists with the development of components. This becomes the nucleus where elements from HTML and JavaScript can be blended. Apart from this, JSX also allows implementation of inline styles which basically allows JavaScript DOM manipulation that is in lined with HTML. As if on cue that developers would need a little more, the JSX also empowers the developer to utilize the various JavaScript functionalities including, but not limited to, map and filter showing the DOM nodes. React, Unlike Angular Offers Single Data Binding Benefit We all know that Angular offers a provision for two-way data binding and React outshines it hands down with its Flux architecture. Basically, Flux is an architecture that allows one way data flow in JavaScript Applications. This was originally developed by Facebook using the view library. The goal of adding this feature was to ensure that working with React can be made simple. It has also made it extremely easy to find and fix bugs. Its cross framework integration ability makes it very easy for the developers to work with creating larger and more diverse multi functional web apps. 8 Useful AngularJS Tools for Developers to Build Creative Web Apps Read More [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/8-useful-angularjs-tools-for-developers-to-build-creative-web-apps/] Conclusion As mentioned above, each developer has his or her own set of favorite tools and languages. It may not be wise to say that Angular’s days are numbered or that React is the only option that developers are looking at today, however, there is no denying the fact that there are so many advantages that React brings over Angular that many developers are opting for it. In the community of web apps developers, a very apparent shift in tastes and preferences is observable. This blog post has tried to showcase some of the reasons that have made React so popular over Angular, but if we’ve missed any, or if you strongly disagree with us, feel free to put down your points in the comments section. We are a team of expert developers, testers and business consultants who strive to deliver nothing but the best. Planning to build a completely secure and efficient Angular app? 'Hire Angular JS Developer [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/hire-us/hire-web-developer/hire-angular-developer/] '. Third Rock Techkno [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/] is a leading IT services company. Our pride lies in our resources. We have experts in web, voice and mobile app development from all over the world. With over a decade’s worth of experience, Third Rock Techno has worked with latest technologies including angular, react native, iOS, Android and more. Our clients from all over the globe across industries, approach us for smart, scalable and innovative solutions. [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/contact-us/]

09 Jul 2020 | 11 Min Read
Why Choose Reactjs For Your Next Project: Features and Benefits

To ease the process of web development, there are a plethora of extremely useful front end frameworks [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/top-front-end-javascript-frameworks-to-use-in-2020/] available today. Despite not being a full-fledged framework, Reactjs has been widely used by a majority of development companies. What has led to such unparalleled popularity and success of Reactjs? In this blog, we enumerate the key features of Reactjs and describe what are the benefits of using Reactjs. At the end, we also present the best uses and explain why you should choose Reactjs for your next project. What is Reactjs? Reactjs [https://reactjs.org/] is an open-source JavaScript library widely known for creating dynamic and highly responsive user interfaces. With a component-based architecture, Reactjs emerges as a very efficient solution for developing fast & scalable front-end for web and mobile applications. It primarily focuses on building natural, interactive and appealing applications. Reactjs demands a minimal coding effort on the part of developers and offers best rendering performance. However, Reactjs is a lightweight view library that only supports the UI components. Therefore, it requires integration with other technologies and tools (such as Flux and Redux) in order to get a full-fledged architecture. With remarkable features that include real-time updates, server-side rendering and so on, this JavaScript library has gained immense popularity among the developers community. Growth and Popularity of Reactjs in 2020 Reactjs was created by Jordan Walke, a software engineer at Facebook, in the year 2011. His objective was to develop a JavaScript-based library to streamline the app development process and facilitate more comfortable user experience. More and more businesses are recognizing the importance of a good UX [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/5-reasons-why-a-bad-ux-can-be-dangerous-for-your-app/] and Reactjs serves as the easiest way to streamline your app’s user experience. > Developers are fighting over which frontend framework is better.. it's not like users know or care. They mostly care about the User Experience. UX should be our focus on the frontend. 🗣️ — Jad Joubran (@JoubranJad) June 4, 2019 [https://twitter.com/JoubranJad/status/1136030060975017984?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw] In 2011, Facebook applied this new library to its web-based application and in 2012 it was applied on Instagram. The library went open source in 2013 and soon its implementation expanded. More and more developers started employing Reactjs for developing single-page and large scale applications. Twitter, Netflix and Dropbox are just a few names from a massive list of tech giants who have used Reactjs for their web apps. In 2015, Facebook launched Reactjs as a cross-platform mobile app development framework. Soon after its release, the framework got widely accepted by the companies that specialize in the mobile-first strategy. Image source: The State of JavaScript [https://2019.stateofjs.com/front-end-frameworks/] Gradually, Reactjs started competing with Angular [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/differences-between-angular-and-react-for-web-development/] and other JavaScript frameworks until it earned a top position in the web development market. Top 14 React Libraries You Must Try in 2020 Read More [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/top-14-react-libraries-you-must-try-in-2020/] Why Choose Reactjs For Your Next Project: Features of Reactjs The developer community loves Reactjs for its robust features. Some of the Reactjs features that distinguish it from the rest are: 1. Virtual DOM Virtual DOM is one of the chief characteristics that facilitate fast and flexible application development using Reactjs. Its memory reconciliation algorithm enables React to replicate a web page in its virtual memory. In this way, a virtual DOM is the representation of an original DOM. With every modification in the web application, the virtual DOM re-renders the entire user interface. In a virtual DOM representation, only the components that have actually changed are updated and not all the components. Thus, Reactjs makes the app development process quicker and cost-effective. 2. JSX JSX stands for JavaScript XML [https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/reactjs-introduction-jsx/]. It is a markup syntax that is very similar to HTML and is used to describe the appearance of an application’s UI. JSX is one of the best features that Reactjs has to offer. It makes the syntax, used by developers to create React components, almost identical to the HTML they will inject in the web page. This makes writing the building blocks of Reactjs effortless and simple for the developers and gives them an easy way out. 3. One-way data binding One of the major reasons why you should choose Reactjs for your next project is its one-way data flow. Reactjs uses a unidirectional data flow. Meaning, the developers cannot edit any component directly. They have to utilize the callback function in order to make changes in the components. This process is called one-way data binding. Reactjs uses Flux [https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/how-to-use-flux-in-react-example/], a JavaScript app architecture, to control the data flow from a single point. A unidirectional data flow helps Reactjs developers to gain better control over the web or mobile application. This enhances the flexibility of the application and makes it more efficient. 4. React native React Native [https://reactnative.dev/] is a custom renderer for Reactjs. Instead of using web components, React Native uses native components. In order to acquire a thorough understanding of React Native, a developer should be familiar with the basic Reactjs concepts. These include JSX, components, state, and props. After this stage, a developer is required to study the entire information specific to React Native, such as the native components. React Native converts the React code to make it compatible with Android and iOS platforms. On top of that, it also provides access to the native features of these platforms. 5. Declarative UI As mentioned earlier, Reactjs is the best for creating engaging and interactive user interfaces for mobile and web applications. In an event of data modification, Reactjs adequately renders and updates just the right components. It generates a simple view for each state of the application. This feature makes the code more readable and simpler to debug. 6. Component-based architecture The architecture of Reactjs is component-based. In other words, the UI of a React-based mobile or web application is divided into multiple components. Each component has its own specific logic. The logic is written in JavaScript instead of using templates. This enables Reactjs developers to pass the data throughout the application without affecting the DOM. The components of Reactjs play a major role in determining interactions and visuals in the applications. Why You Should Choose Reactjs For Your Next Project: Key Benefits Reactjs is jam-packed with features, the ones we mentioned above, and many more. If you compare React with Angular and Vue [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/angular-vs-react-vs-vue-which-framework-to-use-in-2020/] , you will notice that React comfortably holds a middle ground. It is a top choice for both lightweight and large scale applications. Following are some of the main benefits of using Reactjs: 1. Speed and efficiency Why do we use Reactjs? For its speed and efficiency. Reactjs makes it possible for the developers to use individual parts of the application on the client-side as well as the server-side. Simply put, different developers or teams can write individual parts without any uncertainty. Any changes made will not disturb the entire logic of the application. Moreover, it enables developers to write clean & modular codes and break the applications into components. This facilitates code reuse and accelerates the development process. 2. Flexibility Reactjs is very different from other large monolithic frameworks. Due to a modular structure, its code is flexible and easy to maintain. This makes the applications more scalable and saves time & money of the enterprise in the long run. 3. Performance The main objective of Reactjs development services [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/services/web-development/reactjs-development/] is to provide high application performance. Some of the core features of Reactjs, such as a virtual DOM and server-side rendering, help in creating large-scale and complex apps that run incredibly fast. 4. Easy to learn For a developer who is already familiar with JavaScript, the deployment of Reactjs will be fairly easy and quick. As a matter of fact, an expert JavaScript developer can achieve proficiency in Reactjs development in a day or two. 5. Reactjs mobile development One of the major benefits of using Reactjs for web development is React Native, a framework for mobile app development [https://www.thirdrocktechkno.com/blog/12-best-frameworks-for-android-application-development-in-2020/] . Since the framework is based on Reactjs, JavaScript developers can easily shift to React Native and create mobile apps with a native look & feel. Furthermore, certain parts of a React web app can be utilized in a React Native mobile app. This explains why you should choose Reactjs for web development. 6. 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