Our React Agency nearshore talents engage your users with modern React frontends

React is among the most popular technologies according to the latest survey by Stackoverflow. Our React agency is your ideal basis for modern and future-proof individual software! We are your React agency and offer well-coordinated teams that cover the entire software lifecycle of React applications.

Is React the right technology for me?

React is currently the most sought-after and popular solution for creating modern web applications. With over 160,000 stars on GitHub, it is the most popular JavaScript framework nowadays.

React is under the MIT License which makes it an ideal fit for custom software used commercially. Actually this was not always the case as React changed licensing in 2017. Curious whether you are using the MIT licensed React? Let’s quickly check your code-base together!

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How does component creation with React technically work? And how we use it as a React Agency.

With React you can use a domain specific language named “JSX” to describe your user-interfaces. It looks like HTML inside of JavaScript:

const element = <h1>Hello, world!</h1>;

Under the hood JSX is transformed to JavaScript by build tools like Babel. The transformation is usually simple: it replaces the code inside the tags with a call to React.createElement, passing the tag name, the properties and the children as parameters.

So instead of creating a lot of JavaScript objects, setting their properties and nesting them appropriately, we configure user-interface components in a declarative and human-readable way. Moreover once these components are setup, they can be imported in other places. React not only allows to import but also to partially overwrite existing components so if done right we get a nicely DRY and reusable code-base.

How does React updates the browser DOM?

There is a React function responsible for that, It’s called  “ReactDOM.render” and it is reversing the component definition we did with JSX previously back into the DOM of the browser. So it’s turning our nested JavaScript objects describing the component and decodes them to update the browsers DOM at a specified place. So what it does is basically transfering a JavaScript object tree into a DOM tree. Of course there is more to it as updates and deletions, commit-phases, reconciliation, state, hooks etc. make it more complex in the end.

As a React agency we use hooks and state of React components a lot, because this is what basically drives the user-experience. For example a change of the state could be user interacting with the interface or new data being present on the server-side. This is where we want React to “react” and display information to the user accordingly.

Why UWS is the right React Agency for you

Our credo as a React agency is that we create engaging frontends that clients love. Additionally we see the big picture as those frontends should not only be nicely looking but they should actually be doing what they are supposed to do – otherwise they have no value. 

We are always looking into the integration with the backend where our backend developers are right at hand providing APIs that React can easily integrate with. For example React is really playing well together with Spring Boot and we offer experienced teams proficient in this stack also.

Despite React being a relatively young technology we already did a lot of projects with React, big and small. Leverage our existing experience and components, reach out and start thinking in React!