Transcript from the "Virtual DOM Introduction" Lesson
[00:00:30] Doesn't matter where, if your output of your code in UI is physical element or not physical, right? Your elements on this green in an order you would perhaps imagine, hopefully, that your code would look somewhat shaped like what shows up. If you're adding an element here, here, and here, the display will display them in that order.
[00:00:55] If you're thinking about declaring, I want these elements in this order, what's the most intuitive way of doing that was HTML's listing them down in that order down the page. That is what declaring, that is what descriptive code would look like for producing the output, not of data but of pixels.
[00:01:38] Slash also, it is what enables us to have performative declarative code in UI. Because having it, we're gonna see interstitial, and intermediary, and intermediate, I don't know, none of them quite work, version of our page. Will allow us to maybe archive the last version based on the previous data from the user and maybe compare those two.