Yes, React is taking over front-end development. The question is why.

Article by Samer Buna

React basically gives developers the ability to work with a virtual browser that is more friendly than the real browser and enables developers to declaratively describe their User Interfaces and model the state of those interfaces. There are no barriers to entry. A JavaScript developer can become a productive React developer in a few hours. But there's a lot more to it than just that. Let's attempt to cover all the reasons behind React's rising popularity.

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