crafting (and) JavaScript

March 2021

State management in react as it is most commonly spread among devs is suboptimal, I would say. I just looked up my first react app, it's from 2014 and we used react to make working with HTML in a "normal" DOM based page easier and code more readable. React didn't control all the page. We used jQuery to animate between the pages, where each page was a react component. Nowadays a react app tries to get the entire app to be react as quickly as possible. Has it turned around, against us?