Solomon Osadolo

More and more devs are using React, a Facebook and community developed JavaScript library, to craft the kinds of data-heavy, auto-uploading web apps that are used for things like making live social streams populate and render seamlessly. Featuring a multitude of native-use advantages, its use has grown markedly over the past four years, finding favor among companies like Airbnb, SeatGeek, and Netflix.

One downside of React is that it has a notoriously steep learning curve for new developers. So to help them spin up and get started a little easier, Andela Nairobi’s Joy Warugu lays down some much-needed groundwork in this Scotch.io tutorial.


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