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re: Next.js - the future of React? VIEW POST

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Personally, one of the things that sold me on React was that it was a view library (though with context, that's not entirely true anymore) rather than a "throw the whole kitchen sink at everything" complete MVC framework like Angular, while still keeping me from reinventing far more wheels than vanilla JS or smaller libraries, and with corporate backing and a massive community like Angular, and tons of community bits and pieces I could add on only as needed to further avoid reinventing wheels.

I can't fault Next for being opinionated, as many of my solutions are extremely opinionated. It's just that Next's opinions get in the way of many of mine.

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