Discussing the Evolution and Advancements of Coding Languages with Special Focus on React Framework
The participants also discussed no code tools, emphasizing their capabilities to maintain the tradition of transitioning from high to low levels of abstraction. These tools offer a compromise on control and concerns users have to own versus the easy utility of these tools. Notably, the participants discussed low code injections using tools like script tags for data inputs.
Participants also explored practical applications by looking at a simple React app that converts tags from WeWeb into an action, demonstrating the utility and efficiency of React. The demo highlighted a fast feedback loop enabling users to make changes to the code and see immediate results.
Despite going deeper into the technicalities of React and JSX, the conversation had the tone of an orientation for beginners, with participants seeking to clarify doubts from a basic understanding of these tools and advancing their knowledge about React. The meeting could be useful for anyone wanting an introductory orientation to the capabilities of React and its application to build coding platforms.