However, while seasoned developers know very well when to use ReactJS and when to use Angular, it is a tough nut for beginners to crack!
In this post, we’ll indulge in a head-to-head conversation on ReactJS vs. Angular so that you are well aware of the difference between ReactJS and Angular and accordingly make an informed decision on which framework to opt for your next project.
An interesting fact about React is that it primarily focuses on rendering data to the DOM. Consequently, you have to use React in combination with other libraries for state management and routing while developing React apps. React offers reusable React library code (to reduce development time and minimize errors). The two fundamental features that enhance React’s appeal and usability are JSX and Virtual DOM.
A React code comprises objects known as components (functional & class-based). Using the React DOM library, you can render the components to a particular entity in the DOM.