A series of guides to help you understand how to work with the Reactium platform.
In short, there are build-time plugin for extending your API (Actinium) and your web app (Reactium) and run-time plugins for extending your web app at runtime.
You will use the Reactium SDK with built-in features for accessing your API. This is easy to setup.
Absolutely, you can extend the Reactium SDK by registering your own API very easily, using
If all you want is a simple routed React app, you can just use the Reactium foundational framework alone. Creating new components and setting them up to be routed is really easy with Reactium.
The Reactium SDK has a feature for each route, activated when a route is registered with
transitions: true, and will let you cycle through pre-defined transitions from one route to another using
Reactium.Routing.nextState(). You can use this feature to animate with a library like TweenMax or with CSS transitions or key frames.