If you haven’t heard of it before,
designed to ease development of dynamic interfaces.
It encourages a certain way of thinking about interfaces - as a representation of data. Changes in data are automatically handled by React, which allows you to focus on showing the data and not figuring out how to propagate changes.
For more information, check out Facebook’s documentation on React.
In Quizzera, we make use of Babel (a ‘transpiler’) and ES6 to use improved JS features and syntax which are not currently supported in all browsers. However, all of the compilation and dependency management is handled for you.
Next, we’ll dive right into our
SortingQuestion_v1 example. This time,
we’ll go through the React code in the module.