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React.js Dropin' Replacement?

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Is anyone working on a drop in replacement for react. Due to recent events, FB has been inviolation of our Hippocratic license (https://firstdonoharm.dev/) and we need to replace this with a more ethical consortium that regulates the development.

At DreamScale we have identified unethical code within the React sources which system matically error using certain modules that are written by non-american based developers.. Ya i know a bit hard to digest. Just accept it.

Anyways my goal is to remove this technology in the hands of some people whom wish to make it harder for us to do what we do.

Thank you for reading.

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Mike Talbot

Try this: preactjs.com/

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THANK. Your my hero today. I totally forgot about this, glad to see some traction here.