The cool thing about it being made by Facebook and being Open Source is you can FIX IT WHEN IT IS BROKEN OR BUGGY WITHOUT RELYING ON RADARS. (this is good)
Six weeks in and I want to smooch react native on its big old forehead
Dan Nolan
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But in that case you’re dependent on the owners of the project to merge in your pull requests, which:

  • Is not always the case it will happen (because they sometimes don’t see the need for a certain feature)
  • Can take a while (and yes, your deadline was yesterday)

All that glitters is not gold.

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