As the original article points out though, this massive ecosystem of rapidly evolving tools is…
Andrew Meyer

I think the problem is many of the frameworks/libraries doesn’t offer much. You can do the same thing using Angular/React/Ember/..etc . They don’t necessarily offer different functionalities to the end user.

The question I think we should be asking is ‘Are they really innovating something? ‘ or are we just following fads ?

If you want to use something new , you should ask yourself ‘Does it bring something to the table ?’ If not use the old/familiar/simpler method.

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