React JS for Beginners – Chapter 9: Using ReactJS with jQuery

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React JS is a popular JavaScript library that is widely used for building user interfaces. In this article, we will discuss how to use ReactJS with jQuery.

ReactJS and jQuery are two different libraries that are used for different purposes. While ReactJS is used for building reusable UI components and handling the state of the application, jQuery is used for DOM manipulation, making Ajax requests, and other tasks related to the Document Object Model (DOM).

However, despite the differences in their core functionality, the two libraries can be used together to build powerful and dynamic applications. By combining the power of ReactJS for managing the state and building reusable components, with the power of jQuery for DOM manipulation, you can build applications that are both robust and user-friendly.

One of the main benefits of using ReactJS with jQuery is that it makes it easy to integrate existing jQuery plugins into your React application. This can save you a lot of time and effort, as you don’t have to write code from scratch to add new functionality. Additionally, you can also use ReactJS to manage the state of your application, which can help make it easier to build complex and dynamic applications.

When using ReactJS with jQuery, it’s important to keep in mind that the two libraries work differently. jQuery uses a mutable approach, where the state of the application is changed directly. In contrast, ReactJS uses an immutable approach, where the state of the application is changed through a set of well-defined methods.

Despite these differences, using ReactJS and jQuery together can be a great way to build powerful and dynamic applications. By combining the strengths of each library, you can build applications that are both user-friendly and robust.

So if you’re a beginner with ReactJS and are looking for ways to enhance your applications, consider using ReactJS with jQuery. With this combination, you’ll be able to build dynamic and user-friendly applications with ease.

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