An extension of websites, web applications also became very popular in recent years. Their ability to be used in browsers anywhere, no matter the platform, has made them an attractive option for developers looking for cross-platform mobile development.
React also has React Native, which lets you use React primitives to develop native mobile applications. If you’re looking to develop a web application with the possibility of eventually developing native mobile versions, React is a great choice.
As web browsers are becoming ever more powerful in terms of rendering capabilities, graphics-heavy applications that were previously hard to run on a browser are becoming easier than ever to develop and deploy.
It is especially important if you want to create any sort of dynamic web content. Despite its web-based origins, it has become a universal language that has many applications, and that can be used in just about any programming project.
|Simple and easy to learn||Not easy to debug|
|Fast, interpreted language||Low client-side security|
|Works well with other languages||Lacks support for multiple inheritance|
|Lowers server load by working client-side||It can work differently depending on the browser being used|