React lets you create views for each state within your application and will automatically update the components in accordance with relevant data changes.
React’s event system avoids memory overloads by pulling from its library of event objects. It operates through event delegation and fully eliminates the need to worry about things like event name compatibilities.
One of the key features of React is Virtual DOM – an abstract equivalent of the Real DOM. This means that the framework allows making simultaneous updates to multiple UI elements in a matter of seconds.
React lets programmers reuse segments of code, which gives the development process a colossal speed boost. Moreover, the independent nature of React components allows for easier updates.
Complex view-model systems can be difficult to modify. React avoids that issue by being a simple view system with a single-direction – downward - data flow.
Being an open-source platform, React offers a rich library of third-party apps and assets which can not just speed up, but help the programmers fine-tune their environments for every new project.