If you want to build reusable components, I highly recommend react. It allows you to reuse components with less code and faster prototyping. I will soon be publishing an article about ‘the next thing’ after react that I believe will be the future, so stay tuned
Or, If you don’t like the magic because you would like to tweak your webpack config or something else, run:
Npm run eject
This will get rid if react scripts and make everything explicit. Now you can tweak your configuration even more!
Great article, I’m personally really fascinated with vue and how it quickly it develops despite having a small core team. Although I don’t use typescript that often, I feel like ES2015+ and typescript support is something that vue lacks out of the box. For that reason, I use vue-class-component and vue-property-decorator. I hope the developers at vue will shortly notice the need for ES2015 support.
Thanks. I didn’t know that, but I hope both of those environments will slowly die, and people will build progressive web apps that actually have native features. It is already happening and I hope 2017 is going to be the revolutionary year.
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