ReactJs Development Services
We build scalable and intuitive digital applications on MERN tech stack.
Build your next web and mobile apps using ReactJs
Whether you are looking to develop a simple business website or want to develop a complex mobile application, our React JS development services can fit best for your business
ReactJS App Development
Scalex is one stop React JS Development Company that excels in end-to-end React JS services. We help you develop Mobile app that works flawlessly and has dynamic features.
ReactJS UI Development
React Native App Development
Our developers are well-versed in building native mobile app user interfaces with React Native. Our React JS native apps are feature-packed and fit into mobile OSs with perfection.
ReactJS Plugin Development
Our web developers are adept in the skills required to develop custom plugins that will render additional features to your web applications.
ReactJS QA and Testing
We are counted among the leading React JS development company that ensures intact, error-free and flawless functioning of the products that we deliver.
ReactJS Support & Maintenance
Our support and maintenance team provides 24*7 maintenance and post-development support services with regular functionality updates which will keep your app feasible.
Frequently Asked Questions
React Native is for building mobile apps in IOS and Android.
React.js is for creating web apps on the browser (i.e. Chrome, Firefox). React.js can also be responsive in the browser and can be VIEWED in the browser on your phone.
ReactJS leverages the feature of virtual DOM and batching, which means that real change DOM are calculated virtually every few milliseconds and if there is a change, then it is pushed to actual DOM.
React and Angular offer completely diverse approaches to web application development for startup, small and midmarket businesses. Both technologies are powerful and flexible, while none of them is worse or better, than the other. Depending upon custom app goals and particular system constraints, developers can run from ng2 to React, and back.