Build dynamic, robust, and interactive UIs effortlessly with ReactJS, the pioneering JavaScript library for responsive web development.

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Traditional web applications often used frameworks like PHP or ASP to create user-specific web pages and transmit the entire page to the user's browser. Besides incurring substantial processing and network transfer overheads, the main drawback of this design was that the application server could become a bottleneck. While scaling was feasible, it was costly and necessitated continual management.

Enter React.js, the world's favourite JavaScript library for Single-Page Architecture (SPA). If you're not familiar with SPA, it's a frontend web architecture that shifts the responsibility of rendering HTML from the server to the client. This strategy not only reduces the burden on server resources but also enhances the user experience by speeding up page load times.

React.js was the first SPA javascript framework to work with a virtual Document Object Model (DOM). The DOM is a programming interface for web documents that represents the structure of a webpage (paragraphs, tables, headings, images, etc) and allows them to be manipulated. It's essentially a tree-like structure of objects, with all the elements and their attributes.

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React.js's speed and flexibility is what gives us at Nexoid the ability to give users a truly dynamic interface. Everything, from buttons to interactive dashboards, can be rapidly inserted and manipulated in the DOM and later rendered on the screen. Real-world tests we found our page retrieval and rendering, outperform some of the big competitors by more than a factor of 20.

We are only talking about a few seconds here and there, these small savings accumulate across all our users, resulting in significant time savings overall. Beyond the time saved, an often overlooked aspect is the positive impact on user satisfaction. A faster, more responsive system greatly reduces frustration, leading to happier users.