Now we are going to discuss some of its applications-
Creating Interactive Websites
Showing and hiding menus or information
Adding hover effects
Creating image galleries in a carousel format
Zooming in or zooming out on an image
Playing audio or video on a web page
Creating drop-down and hamburger-style menus
Node.js: a collection that enables two-way communications with servers for exchanging data.
Facebook built React and React Native, which is currently using some of the world’s most powerful social media applications. React is used by websites like Uber, Pinterest, Netflix, Instagram, Amazon, Twitter, Udemy, and more. Facebook, Instagram, Shopify, Words with Friends, Skype, Pinterest, Discord, Tesla, and Uber Eats use React Native.
Developing Engaging Games
Gods Will be Watching
Speed: it’s faster to execute code within a web browser in its native language than it is to execute code on the server.
Reducing memory use: executing the code in the browser helps free up space on servers, which helps cut costs.
See you in the next blog.