I agree that standards are important and should be developed for the web. I also think that libraries and frameworks like React and Angular were developed to solve the problem caused by lack of standards, but also because to generally took too long to do a few basic tasks.
The differences in how we approach solving problems represents our unique ways of thinking about them, so there was definitely going to be variations as seen by the existing libraries/frameworks. I also think that some people (probably like me) didnt really get into the band wagon because one library was backed by one "big company" but because it offered a way to solve a problem and I could either go with it or not. This kind of diversity is what I find liberating for me. (I might be alone on this). So standards are great, are welcome but should solve the problems without taking away the ability for people to express themselves, afterall that could be why some of us started coding.
I see it a little bit different
With web components I can express myself not only to the reactjs community but to the whole web community so I have a bigger audience
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