“Micro-libraries”: the future of front-end development?
Everybody has been talking a lot about JS frameworks over the last few years. There has been a large number of attempts to create the ultimate front-end framework but there is no clear winner.
While the high doses of innovation and the thrill of trying something new are great, the rapid change of technologies has become a critical risk.
Every six months, a hot new framework hits the mainstream, and our community explodes with excitement.
We can’t avoid making a decisions and answering questions like:
- Should I train my team on Angular, React, Ember… ?
- Should I use Angular, React, Ember… in a project that is expected to have a life cycle of 10 years?
While we can try to back-up our choice…
Most technology decision makers use metrics like community size, popularity, and big company support to justify their choice of framework.
Choosing the wrong answer could lead us to undesired...
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