Why you shouldn’t use Preact and Inferno to replace React
Jade Gu
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This post is rubbish and totally false, I am using Preact in 8 applications that started out is react/redux with 100% of my test passing and over 95% test coverage using jest, following the drop in replacement setup, purely that if at any point the need arises, I can swap back.

I don’t know where you got your facts from, but my experience using Preact with compat in large scale applications, completely and entirely disagrees with them.

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