Re-usable Web Interfaces with client-side Frameworks and Web Components (Part 2)

In the first part of our series we elaborated on the common use of Web Components and web frameworks taking Angular and Polymer as examples. We ended the article with the statement that both suffer from essential compatibility issues which aren’t fixed so far. So now we will illustrate solutions for these problems and thus enable applications with Angular and Polymer running side by side. Weiterlesen

Using ReactJS with AngularJS

After releasing React in 2013, Facebook kicked off some discussions in the JavaScript community about comparing React with common libraries. Indeed, the library increases the pressure on established Frameworks because of its many modern ideas and patterns. Concepts like the implementation of a virtual DOM and the component architecture allowed programmers to create web applications which run faster and are more easily maintainable. At the same time frameworks like Angular still suffer from performance problems heating up the discussions about their concurrency.

Beside the ongoing competition between React and Angular, some people try to benefit from both technologies. The ngReact library is an example of such an approach. The Angular module allows using React as a view component inside Angular applications. Usual Angular templates can be replaced with React components which try to give you more flexibility and promise to improve the overall performance.

This blog article examines the use of the ngReact module to speed up Angular’s list rendering performance. Weiterlesen