Phoenix Live View

It seems like React is king, right? It’s difficult to find anyone that has a good argument for any other option these days. People are using react on web, mobile, kiosk style hardware, and even vr. You might say, aren’t there different tools for different situations. You would think, but react is so simple and versatile that people tend to use it everywhere.

Today’s statements from Chris McCord were very shocking. He has inadvertently announced war on JavaScript frameworks. He is working on a project for real time virtual dom server side templating. Any part of that sounds really unperformant, but Chris proved that it’s fast enough to handle real time form validation. If it can do that, than it can handle just about anything.

I impatiently await the release.

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