There are many different React frameworks to choose from, and it can be a struggle to choose the optimal one for your use case. In this course, Choosing a React Framework, you’ll learn to compare and select React frameworks for web projects. First, you’ll explore the different kinds of available React frameworks. Next, you’ll discover which kinds of criteria frameworks can be compared by, and how each one stacks up. Finally, you’ll see how the most popular frameworks compare to one another. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of React frameworks needed to choose the best one for your web project.
I'm Anthony Alampi, an interactive designer and developer living in Austin, Texas. I'm a former professional video game developer and current web design company owner with over 15 years of programming experience and over 7 years of design experience. User-centric design is my passion, and I believe that when users come first, they come back! You can view my personal portfolio at: https://www.anthonyalampi.com/
Course Overview Hello there. I'm Anthony Alampi. I'm the owner of X Factor Consultants, a digital design and web consulting company based in Austin, Texas. We designed user‑friendly websites and mobile apps, leveraging platforms like React to create them quickly and easily. There are a variety of React frameworks out there to use when creating web app projects, so choosing the right one for the job can sometimes be a challenge. This course is meant to help you choose the best framework for your project's needs. Fluency in web basics, React development, and familiarity with web hosting and servers is required. We'll talk about the strengths and weaknesses of Create React App, Next.js, Gatsby, Blitz, Redwood, and Remix. Afterwards, we'll compare them side by side across a number of criteria, from ecosystems and performance to scalability and business models and pricing. Once you've completed this course, you should feel comfortable evaluating React frameworks for use in your own projects. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn more about React frameworks with the Choosing a React Framework course, at Pluralsight