Inferno is an insanely fast, 8kb React-like library for building high-performance user interfaces on both the client and server.
To quote a member of the React core team at Facebook:
> Inferno 1.0 is really well written. It's how I would've rewritten React. I'd recommend reading its source to learn.
Inferno aims to provide all the great benefits that React does, plus other great features for people already familiar with the React ecosystem, such as: lifecycle events on functional components, server side render streams, better real-world performance, lower memory consumption and faster parse/load times. Furthermore, Inferno allows people to switch their existing React projects to Inferno in a few lines of code using `inferno-compat`.
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Read this introduction to Drupal headless architecture to know more about the benefits of decoupled CMS. We also get technical, with a live demo of Drupal as the backend for a small e-commerce app powered by the React-like frontend framework that is Inferno.js.Tutorial Added by thefln // snipcart.com // about 1 year ago