Why Use React

Facebook developed this front-end JavaScript framework
to speed-up the development of high quality complex user interfaces

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How we used React for Veygo

Admiral needed a React development agency to help them build their leading-edge short-term insurance platform: Veygo.

As React experts, we used React, alongside redux, apollo-graphQL, and styled components for reusable UI. This gave us the specialist toolkit we needed to iterate fast on the quote engine we were building. We collaborated with UI/UX experts to solve the pain points encountered by customers and fine tune the user experience, as a result the quote engine grew from 0 to 1,000,000 monthly visitors. Our final product is SEO friendly, performance optimised and has a 9.3/10 revoo score (based off 2000+ reviews).

Our developers created a shared components library via React which is helping Admiral to continue launching faster and more consistent UIs for their growing ecosystem of products.

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Why we like React

Maintainable code

React breaks the application into components and uses a one-way flow of data which lead to predictable and highly testable modular pieces. These pieces can be interchanged and reused, thus reducing rework.  

Fast responses to user input

React removes unnecessary work from the browser, only making updates when there are real changes. This reduces lag and delays often seen on highly dynamic pages, making your application seem faster and more responsive to the user.  This means better performance and user experience for your website.

SEO Friendly

Unlike many Javascript frameworks, React has built in support for supplying full pages to search engines, meaning even fully dynamic pages can be found in results. This helps rankings and brings people straight to the content they want to see.  This means more visitors to your website.

Why use React

As React specialists, we use React because it's an increasingly popular front-end Javascript framework. It was developed by Facebook to encourage best practices around application design. Taking cues from functional and reactive programming it aims for simplicity and modularity for the developer and a seamless, dynamic experience for the user. React is a lightweight and focused technology, which works well on its own for simple sites or with a choice of other software for more complex applications. React makes no assumptions about what stack you're using so you're free to use whatever is best for the job.