React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces originally developed by Facebook and later released as an open source project. The radical difference between React and the JavaScript libraries that came before it is the development of the Virtual Document object model or Virtual DOM. The virtual DOM identifies the changes that are actually made to the actual DOM and only applies those changes, as opposed to many libraries that will send all changes to the DOM even if they make no visual changes to the page. This one feature makes React notably faster than libraries that came before it.

Since React is a library and not a framework it is more versatile and extendable, allowing other javascript libraries to be used with it easily. This makes React an exciting tool to use on sites of all kinds including Airbnb, Cloudflare, Dropbox, Netflix, PayPal, Tesla, Uber, and of course Facebook.

We have started using React on the majority of the new pages on SimpleWeb E-Commerce and we have been re-writing older pages to include it as well. The response has been great from our clients as well as their customers with everyone commenting on the speed increase and the ease of use in the newer React based pages.

In addition to using React we also use React Native to create our Native Mobile Apps.

We work with companies that run Epicor Prophet 21 to find new ways to get information out of the P21 ERP and to their customers. Closing this information gap helps our clients work more closely with their customers to solve the issues that slow down the workflow. We often start with E-Commerce Website integration and a Native Mobile App to get information distributed as fast as possible and to where it needs to be. After that, we work with our clients to find the best open source software or to build custom software solutions that solve the real business challenges that they face working with their customers.

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