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Likelihood to Recommend

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Usability

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Likelihood to Recommend

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The HTTPS control definitely supports proxies - The HTTPS control contains a ProxySSL property which is used to tell the control whether or not to use SSL for the connection with the proxy itself. The customer is probably not setting the value to the appropriate proxy type. I have used [/n software IPWorks] and they do work very well. I also agree that the upgrade process is not the best. I have contacted support of several occasions and they are helpful. They even provided a compile that help on a Delphi upgrade when they could have charged me for an upgrade.
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React is great for people who are trying to build complex single page web applications. It is intuitive for developers, encourages modularity through components, and provides a web app this will scale. React may not be suited as well for simple websites or static content. However, this is changing with frameworks like Gatsby which allow you to build static HTML websites using React.
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Pros

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  • A comprehensive suite of tools covering all major Internet technologies.
  • Small and lightweight components with no dependencies on external libraries.
  • Native development components for all supported platforms and component technologies.
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  • React is designed around the notion of generated html as opposed to templated html. This provides more flexibility in building elements on a page, and allows developers to create html that is programmatically configured based on runtime considerations.
  • React uses JSX, which is HTML templating integrated into javascript code. This simplifies the generation of complex structures, especially those that vary based on runtime and interactive data.
  • React is more efficient because it generates a virtual DOM rather than directly building in in the actual DOM. By building 'offline' in this manner, the DOM generation is faster. After building, it can be installed in one operation.
  • React only builds those portions of the display that have changed, making display updates more efficient.
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Cons

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  • The upgrade process is not the best
  • Does not come with full source code
  • The HTTP control could not create an SSL connection over an http proxy
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  • React could get very frustrating unless you start thinking in React. React enforces a top down hierarchy of data flow and offers no way for the data to communicate backwards. This is a big shift in mindset coming from Angular 1.x. This constraint is really a big factor that determines how to organize your code and how you might want to write your own Components.
  • Because of the self imposed top down hierarchy, you end up having a heavy parents with dumb children. Because parents would need to the bulk of the work, they usually manage the state, while passing callbacks to the child components. If not properly designed, this could lead to the callback hell, where you could have callbacks passing through like multiple children.
  • As with any library, you will have to iterate through multiple designs to come up with a ways to avoid "heavy parent components" in React. One obvious solution is using some open source tools like Redux, but we opted for a variation of it to suit our needs.
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      Usability

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      React is just a bit of a different animal. I was avoiding it for the longest time. I thought for sure I would land on Vue or something else with a more approachable and familiar appearance. But after taking an online course in React, I started realize what people were raving about (and complaining about) and decided to implement it at our office for one of our products.
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      Since it's open-source and very popular, the community support for React and related tools and libraries is excellent. There are a lot of people using the same tools, and so issues tend to get fixed quickly and "recipes" are easy to come by. And since it's backed by Facebook, they have a dedicated engineering team working on the progression of React.
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      Alternatives Considered

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      I've switched all my IPWorks over to Clever - while the support was good, there's nothing like being able to look at the code and work out the cure for yourself. It does have a class for servers - TclTcpServer - but I suggest you test their support and ask about your specific requirement. They've been good with support to me in the past.
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      I have also used Angular before coming to React. Web apps created with React are much faster than Angular because React is based on virtual DOM which reloads only those components of the web page that change and everything else remains the same. Angular's learning curve is also slightly steeper than React.
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      Return on Investment

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      • Controlling network traffic from client schedules
      • Tuning TCP/IP settings for clients and servers
      • Detailed documentation, hundreds of sample applications
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      • React allows a modular design, which is fabulous for A/B testing (showing a different module to each user). Some of these experiments had an improvement as big as to pay for the whole team that coded it. So far we know the ROI has been positive, but I can't provide a number.
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