Justifying React to the Business.

Article by Dave Ceddia

Just because a framework is currently popular, fun to work with, or used by Facebook, doesn't necessarily make for a bullet-proof justification to the higher-ups why it's the best choice for their next project. This article will point out some good reasons tha could help you to justify React to business.


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