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React.JS or Node.Js? Which one is good?

By anitashahonline ·
Hello,

One of the my clients wants to develop eCommerce website and he prefers to me React.JS or Node.JS for developing website.

Can somebody suggest me which one is good as per developing, costing & timing?

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React.JS or Node.Js? Which one is good?

by Daniel@30 In reply to React.JS or Node.Js? Whic ...

“Better” is very subjective, especially in the web development world. Since we don’t know your use case we can only postulate.

Node.js is not comparable with the other options in your list - it is a server-side framework and is relatively unique in its space (JavaScript runtimes). Because of its limited active competition it’s pretty much the only player in its space and thus is better than any other JavaScript runtime - though if you leave the boundaries of the language you’ll find other solutions to similar problems each with their own tradeoffs https://www.techtiq.co.uk/node-js-developer

React - including its surrounding ecosystem - is great for developing somewhat complex applications with a small team of developers. Unidirectional data flow and DOM components are powerful when orienting towards logical encapsulation and code re-use, but this may be overkill if you’re working on a small project.

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Here is the comparision

by d5websoftteam In reply to React.JS or Node.Js? Whic ...

ReactJS

write less code and do more.
Better performance
Implementation of the virtual DOM
It Just Started


Nodejs
A javascript run time
It is light in weight and fast
It is used to create fast and scalable network applications

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React.JS or Node.Js

by hannafrenk In reply to React.JS or Node.Js? Whic ...

Kindly check these reason and choose accordingly:

React.JS:

SEO Effective
Search engines find it difficult to read JavaScript heavy applications even after having improvements in that area. So this is one of the big issues that come with JavaScript frameworks.

Components in ReactJS
PolymerJS and Shadow DOM has already created a lot of buzzes which are typically used to create customizable elements, self-contained elements that you can easily import into your project.

Great efficiency
ReactJS creates its own virtual DOM where your components actually live. It takes care of all the changes to made in the DOM and updates in the DOM tree also.

Node.JS:

Server side proxy
NodeJS can be easily used as a server-side proxy. That’s how it can handle a number of simultaneous connections in a non-blocking manner.

NPM
NPM(Node Package Manager) play an important role which should not be neglected at all. It comes by default with your Node.js installation and provides support for package management.

Data Streaming
HTTP requests and responses are considered as isolated events but they are actual data streams .

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Node js

by akashaquamarine In reply to React.JS or Node.Js? Whic ...

Initially I did work with react.js and I found the debugging part a little tough and that it needed a little extra effort. Also, the coding part was difficult and time consuming.
Eventually I did learn node js from https://hackr.io/tutorials/learn-node-js and I've found node.js to just be smoother in comparison to react.js
It is just easier to code and debug.
I would prefer node.js anyday!

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Node.js rocks!

by BillyTK In reply to Node js

Agreed! Both are great, but node.js is very necessary for all web developers. Look at https://reactdom.com/node

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React.JS or Node.Js? Which one is good?

by Faction Tech In reply to React.JS or Node.Js? Whic ...

AngularJS is fully featured framework than ReactJS, which is not really a framework but a library. ... However, AngularJS has a large support community and following while React is just getting started. On the other hand, Node JS is simply a JavaScript runtime which is lightweight and fast.

here are some features of these Two technologies:

Node JS works on Chrome’s V8 engine;
Modules and tools for Node JS have been increasing in volume;
Sync between the client-side and the server-side environment is immediate, ‘cause both of them are developed in JavaScript;
React is really good when it comes to developing user interfaces which will be used over and over again;
React programmer must have solid knowledge of DOM, while it uses virtual DOM;
With React both client and server side are rendered;

as per Developer Survey Results 2018
Node.js 49.6% and React 27.8%

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React JS

by victoria12martin In reply to React.JS or Node.Js? Whic ...

ReactJS is a library. You will have to write less code with ReactJS and it even performs better due to the implementation of virtual DOM. If you talk about Node.js, it's a JavaScript runtime which is fast and lightweight. It can be used to create fast and scalable networking applications. With Client-Side data rendering and an upper configuration, ReactJS is an outright choice of JavaScript framework Developers. I would definitely go with React JS.

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React.Js vs Node.Js

by asamits765 In reply to React.JS or Node.Js? Whic ...

I totally understand this question. I was once a beginner and didn’t know the difference between all of these things and I doubt any level of explanation will be of help.

I sense you’re trying to get into software development but not sure what to go with. Here’s my suggestion.

For the next few weeks, forget React, Node or all that stuff. Learn Javascript. If you’ve programmed before, all you might need to learn is the syntax and some javascript specific functionalities.

If you’ve not programmed before, then you’ll be learning how to program using Javascript. Do this for a bit and you’ll slowly understand why you need react and node js and what to use them for.

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