React in Simple Terms
React is commonly used as the base when developing single-page web applications as it rapidly fetches data and dynamically renders UI changes. However, data retrieval is only a small part of web application development, which is why complex React applications usually require APIs with libraries for state management, routing, and interaction. React efficiently renders components as dynamic data updates populate declarative views. These declarative views make code more predictable and easier to debug.
Untold used React to power the frontend of a large enterprise communications platform for both web and desktop environments, and a few current software projects employ React as well.
In partnership with a global telecommunications leader in the Fortune Global 500, the Untold team led the technical, architectural, and production wings of a develo