Support for ReactJS or AngularJS

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Support for ReactJS or AngularJS

Postby mattumd » 04. October 2019 16:04

I am a senior web developer and I get used to use XAMPP with basic UI like jQuery; however, clients' requirements and needs are shifting toward Angular and React JS

I wonder if I can use XAMPP with Reactjs or Angular.JS as its front-end UI

Also, do you have any plan in future to support MongoDB along with MySQL

Thx,


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Re: Support for ReactJS or AngularJS

Postby Altrea » 06. October 2019 12:12

All client side javascript engines are independend of XAMPP components. XAMPPs Apache just serves the ressources and the Clients Browser processes them. So no problem with ANgularJS or React JS.

P.S.: You should already know that as a senior web developer. That is pure core knowledge. But maybe you just wanted to post your three urls for SEO reasons. I have removed them.
This board runs a zero tolerance policy according to SEO spam and spam in general. I delete and block SEO posts and users without any warning.
We don't provide any support via personal channels like PM, email, Skype, TeamViewer!

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Re: Support for ReactJS or AngularJS

Postby mattumd » 06. October 2019 16:30

Thanks for your response. I usually add my signature to my messages.
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Re: Support for ReactJS or AngularJS

Postby Nobbie » 06. October 2019 18:03

mattumd wrote:Thanks for your response. I usually add my signature to my messages.


Thanks for adding signature. That will speed up deleting your account.
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