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How Is React Different from Vue? Recently I published an article about the usage of top front end JavaScript frameworks. The two things that stood out were the dominance of React and the explosive growth of Vue. If current trends continue, it seems likely that by this time next year, Vue will have overtaken Angular as the second most used library or framework. I've been using React for the last three years building websites for a client services company. Flask & Jinja template design In this part of the Learning Flask series, we're going to dive deeper into the Jinja templating engine and you'll learn more of the advanced features of this powerful library! In the last part of this series, you learned how to create base templates, child templates and how to extend them. In this part you'll learn more about template design, working with Python objects in your HTML and a few more handy tips for writing efficient, reusable code.

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Getting Started · React Native This page will help you install and build your first React Native app. If you already have React Native installed, you can skip ahead to the Tutorial. If you are coming from a web background, the easiest way to get started with React Native is with Expo tools because they allow you to start a project without installing and configuring Xcode or Android Studio. Expo CLI sets up a development environment on your local machine and you can begin writing a React Native app within minutes.