Practical examples using Webpack and React

Bundling Javascript code into several files is known as bundle splitting. It enables only a tiny amount of code to be downloaded with the initial page load, while other sections of the web app are loaded as required later.

Some common use cases of bundle splitting and lazy loading, are:

  • Loading may also be tied to a particular movement, such as scrolling or pressing a button.
  • You might also try to guess what the user would try to do next and load the…

Analysis of ReactJs and React Native

The web and mobile development world evolves by the day, and their applications become more powerful. Is it possible for these two departments to share their features with each other?

The answer eventually comes down to the users’ view. People peruse websites, but they just use mobile apps. Mobile apps are used actively by helping to carry out specific tasks while web apps are passively used providing a considerable amount of information.

It can be beneficial for a product facing the customer to exist both on the web and on the mobile phone. For example, Pizza Hut, Dominos, McDonald’s, etc…

The Future of Frontend Development.

Vue.js and React.js are two popular frontend (FE) JavaScript frameworks among web developers worldwide at present, of which React.js has been able to secure the top spot in the Frontend Framework Rankings for three consecutive years. These frameworks furnish a great approach towards web applications. Each framework has its own merits and demerits depending on the nature and the requirements of the web application of interest. In this write-up, we intend to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of Vue.js and React.js, and also what the future holds for both in FE Development.


Before we dig deep into the topic, let’s…

Minura Samaranayake

Tech Enthusiast | Undergraduate | University of Peradeniya | Faculty of Science | Department of Statistics and Computer Science

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