ReactJS

A leading Sydney-based React development company experienced in leveraging Javascript libraries to develop responsive websites with minimal load times.

We build quality web app solutions using React JS

Our ReactJS development services focus on developing engaging user-interfaces and front-end applications. Our expert Sydney-based team of React developers have a proven track record delivering successful projects for Australian startups and enterprises including (but not limited to):

  • ReactJS web applications development
  • Single-page applications (SPAs) using React
  • React JS application upgrade and migration
  • Enterprise React JS development
  • Reusable React components

Our React JS development services

We provide a wide range of React JS development services to create user-friendly and innovative solutions that are tailored to your unique business goals. 

Our React JS web development solutions include (but aren’t limited to):

Looking to hire a ReactJS developer to extend your in-house development team?

Our Team Augmentation services provide access to our specialist pool of talent (including ReactJS and React Native), delivering the skills you need on-demand without the commitment and overheads of full-time employees.

The 4mation difference

People

Sydney’s top 2% of talent selected based on tech skills, comms and culture.

Process

Refined over 18 years giving you total transparency & complete control.

Culture

Driven by values that put you at the centre of our universe.

Local

Team of 80+ experienced developers and designers in Sydney, Australia.

Proven

Track record delivering successful projects to happy clients since 2001.

Frequently asked questions

What is React?

React is a JavaScript library that helps web developers build sites from components that are reusable and repurposable. This approach helps save on developer time and costs. These components, such as contact forms and buttons, can be easily extended or switched out even across different projects. 

You’ll often hear the term Single Page Application (SPA) when people talk about React. It’s the idea of bundling the structure, text, and core functionality of a site and sending it to the user in one small package. This makes the site feel much faster and more responsive. 

Without those jarring waits between clicking a link and the next page loading, your site feels more like a fast desktop application than a traditional website. 

In a business environment, React and other SPA libraries are great when you need fast data entry, “offline” capabilities for when a user is on the road, or even to mimic the look and feel of a “native” office tool or mobile app. It’s also likely that you’ve already used one — Google Maps, Twitter, and Facebook are all well-known examples of SPAs.

Why use React?

When Facebook started using React, they thought it was so impressive that they decided to share it with the world. When they released the Open-Source library, hundreds of businesses started adopting it, due to its appeal to developers and the end-users:

Fast to learn – Because it’s a JavaScript library, it’s effortless for JavaScript developers to add to their projects. By studying the documentation, a JavaScript developer can start using React in just a few hours.

Reusable components – React operates on a component-based structure. Each component acts as a building block and can be reused multiple times across the app. This helps give a consistent look-and-feel to the app and makes maintaining codebase faster and easier.

Fast render – The use of virtual DOMs explains why React apps are so performant. Virtual DOMs are kept in memory. Whenever there are any changes to the view, these changes first apply to the virtual DOM. Then, the updates are applied to the DOM while ensuring a minimum amount of read/write time.

SEO-friendly – While JavaScript frameworks aren’t usually search engine friendly, React changes the game. By rendering the virtual DOM to the browser as a regular web page, React makes interactive websites SEO-friendly.

Is React Native the same thing?

Both React and React Native are widely used with the difference that React JS is designed for web development while React Native is used for mobile app development. 
React Native allows JavaScript developers to write mobile apps using React. There’s a lot of common elements between the two, with some core React developers also working on React Native. As a cross-platform technology, your React Native builds will work on both Android and iOS devices. 

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