…oadmap of React.Js means that Facebook is literally shaping the next-generation of applications.
Today, it’s paradoxically harder to replicate something that’s open source even though anyone can clone the underlying source code. That’s because of the developer community, the bug testing, and adoption that have been built around the project.
Cross-platform tools/SaaS on top of this and competing platforms may be a viable businesses. The camera filters are a publishing and eventual advertising platform, this means that all of the companies and infrastructure that existed for video and other forms of content now need to be AR-enabled as well. Cross-platform tools and technology that are additive to the Camera Platform and/or help non-technical people publish and measure ROI out of these platforms, similar to social analytics products, could help bring brand dollars and performance marketers to AR.
In hindsight, my perspective has shifted. I now see it’s not speed of doing that matters. It’s speed of learning. And to learn, you frequently must slow down. A rushed mind misses obvious lessons. A rushed team cannot see clearly the decisions you are trusting them to make.