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I think it's going to get there. The sheer number of JavaScript developers means there's always someone out there who wants to try something new, and haven't invested in learning React yet. Doesn't hurt that contributing a meaningful library for a framework comes w/ a healthy dose of internet points.

React was in the same spot a few years ago. It went from a dark horse to the default over the past two years.




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