This week I've been preparing to give a React workshop at Hackbright Academy. Most of the attendees will not have much exposure to React and probably front end programming in general, so I want to give an overview of the front end landscape and help them understand the benefits of React. Part of my approach has been to get a deeper understanding of the DOM and what that means for performance in a framework like React. I want to help the attendees understand the actual DOM vs the virtual DOM and how those two are connected and why it's important.
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