Upcoming Trends in ReactJS

Sshekhar Jha
April 25, 2022

Since its inception in 2010, React has found favours with the global developer community as well as some of the biggest app development entities in the most popular industries across the globe. Given its proclivity to allow for dynamism and experimentation, it has slowly become the go-to programme when it comes to app development for mobile and web.

So in this article, we shall have a look at how React can grow and garner a much wider adoption base, and what developers have to look forward to. Let's dive in:

1. Increased Adoption

In the past 2-3 years, the adoption of React as a programme has seen double-digit growth globally. Owing to the possibilities it allows for, that growth trend is almost certain to hold in the coming years as well. A big contributor to that fact is the increase in demand for React as a skill in the job market, signalling an eagerness within enterprises to onboard more people who can create apps on this platform.

2. More Cost-Effective

Even though the programme itself is free, its continual usage in the past decade has shone a light on how it can make the entire process more cost-friendly. That, coupled with its multi-fold usage, makes it a very attractive choice for people to look into, as is evident in the last decade.

3. Wider Scope for Development

As is the case with any aspect of technology that receives a good response, React too in the coming days will have more scope for increasing the possibilities of what developers and enterprises can use it for. If the past trends are anything to go by; then the coming years and beyond could see React morph into something that becomes centrally indispensable to app development efforts across the globe, for both web and mobile. 

4. More Developer Friendly

A better UI, the possibility to synergise JS and HTML, and the option to write code using JavaScript using React will be some of the ways to make this programme even friendlier to developers. The simplification of certain processes, coupled with the option to segregate different aspects of the development process into smaller bits will more than likely make the programme much more intuitive.

As development frameworks go, React has been able to solve some of the biggest challenges faced by developers, one such being the limitations of libraries. By constantly improving the overall package and adding elements to keep on simplifying the process, ReactJS has taken all the right steps towards winning the confidence of its users and shown good results in several use-cases. All the indicators signalling toward a more robust adoption attitude are backed by a history of positive feedback from the community, and that will be the biggest factor driving more people worldwide to use ReactJS to create more interesting use-cases.

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