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Is It Time To Stop Using React Yet? I’m Afraid Not!

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There is this war of frameworks/libraries and if you google whether to use React or not, you will come across many articles advising against it by listing some good and silly reasons oftentimes without providing alternatives or deep explanations of why.

Although there are things about React that I absolutely dislike, I don’t believe that those alone should be enough to make…

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Elson Correia

Elson Correia

Software Engineer @ AWS | Tech Blogger and YouTuber @ Before Semicolon and creator of CWCO

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