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Building software applications with React: a layman’s guide

May 20, 2024

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A: Although the terms library and framework are used interchangeably in the world of software development, there are key differences between each. However, the biggest difference lies in the scope, and the level of services each provides.

A library is generally a repository of codes that can be used and reused within applications. A framework, on the other hand, offers code libraries plus many more services such as testing and automation to deliver an all-in-one solution for software development.
A: React is a JavaScript-based library that is used to build front-end UIs and single page applications such as dashboards. React Native is also a library, but it is based off of React to offer native mobile app development capabilities for both iOS and Android.

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