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I made a questionnaire to help less familiar devs choose the best JS framework/library to use for their web projects.

Michael Bagley
UI/UX Engineer. React Novice.
・1 min read

Hey everyone!

I wanted to share the short quiz that I created to help individuals looking to get into web/app development choose the best library for their specific use case.

The quiz is available here and I welcome any feedback from those of you who have suggestions.

Thanks and have a great week!

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The Sharp Ninja

The answer:

return question switch { _ => ".Net 5.0" };
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Michael Bagley Author

Lol. Good point, but I was focusing more on the popular JS-based UI packages.

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The Sharp Ninja

Well, Blazor should still be the correct answer, it bootstraps with JS.

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Jonathan Stiansen

Why not the thing that inspired Blazor and is making huge strides? LiveView (phoenix) and elixir

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Michael Bagley Author

Never heard of Blazor. Actually looks really cool.

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The Sharp Ninja

They aren't implemented in C#, so... No.

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Yujun Zhang

@mbagley1020 , nice try. I have some idea and what's the best way to talk with you ?

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Michael Bagley Author

Shoot me an email: mbagley1020@gmail.com

We can do discord if that works!

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Rudy Nappée

Question 1 : do you want to build an app bigger than Facebook ?

No : React
Yes : fork React or build your own fwk

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Dilan Ozkaynak

I think this could definitely be helpful for those who are looking for just the basics.