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vortex
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I don't like React..😐

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  • 4
    Well, that's it for you! Good luck finding a new job!

    Nah just kidding. Try Vue.
  • 4
    Glad someone agrees with me 🙄

    @ScriptCoded when are they supposed to update their docs to 3.0?
  • 4
    @ScriptCoded that's why I hate react lol
    After vue, react looks like something that was invented by someone with a head problem..not to mentions vuex vs redux
  • 1
    Just recently inherited a project in React.

    Still think using a loosely typed language for server side stuff is disgusting, but seems a pretty powerful architecture for client side stuff.
  • 0
    You know... It was simple to do a basic thing, then React suggested that they make things look complicated(Looking at you *useSetInterval*).

    or... Ditch react just as react ditched jquery
  • 0
    @M1sf3t It hasn't released yet, right? It's planned for sometime in Q1 if I'm not mistaken.

    @vortex To be fair I've only touched on React a little, but I do for sure like the simplicity of Vue.
  • 0
    I felt the same pain mate 😭
  • 1
    I'm gonna react by saying I can't blame you
  • 0
    Try Preact
  • 1
    Like @ScriptCoded said, try Vue :)
  • 1
    React hates you too.

    (And hates me too)
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    And a bunch of former co-workers just got sucked into using React (division got sold) meanwhile I'm trying to bring my area of the company out of the dark ages of ASP
  • 0
    React's approach to component system is awesome as it allows some real meta approaches with higher order components (using variables as components in JSX, passing a whole component in a prop, stateless components). They make templates a lot of concise and easy to manage.

    Now the problem with it is redux and other 100+ js frameworks to solve state issue. And each of those has a inovative based-on-flux-pattern solution which is the best thing since sliced bread, and all of them still have issues in special cases.

    I would love combo of power of react component approach with state management and change tracking of angular. That would be the best of both worlds IMHO.
  • 0
    I am having trouble understanding your react shun.
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    @arekxv 99+... State management in svelte is as simple as throwing the value in a store and adding a dollar sign to the prop anytime you use it within a component. That bitch is binded together like frodo baggins and the ring from there on out.

    There's also no jsx and no class/component boilerplate to add, everything is just regular old html, it's just saved with a svelte extension so that the compiler knows ahead of time to wrap that component up into its on class.

    Which brings me to the part i dont get about react, vanilla js has had classes since es6 so why bother with react and all that overhead here in 2020, if you've still gotta add all of that boilerplate to each component to signify that it is it's on component.

    Unless that what hooks were supposed to aid with, I'll be honest, I never looked into them to see what all the fuss was over.
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    @ScriptCoded oh i thought i read a month or so back that it was out. May have just been released for testing though. I'm still holding out for the update before I really dig into trying to pick that one up.
  • 1
    I like vue
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