What are the limitations of React.js ?
We’ve known the major pros of using React, from its reusable components and high-performance capabilities to its easy-to-learn syntax and SEO friendliness. However, there are a few limitations associated with ReactJS which are:
Lack of Proper Documentation: There are a lot of tools and libraries like Redux and Reflux that can boost the performance of React. Even React itself is updated regularly. Unfortunately, that comes with a downside. Some developers think that React technologies are updating and accelerating so fast that there is no time to document it or write proper instructions. Developers are left with only sparse text guides that don’t cover the details.
Development Speed: While some people argue that React is constantly being improved and making their jobs easier, it may still be perceived as something negative. The reason for it is because everything is constantly evolving, resulting in developers being displeased by the need for constant relearning of processes or new mechanics and some developers might not be comfortable with keeping up with such a pace.
JSX: JSX would be considered as an advantage by most people, rather than a disadvantage, and yet, it may also be seen as a stumbling block.
Problems With SEO: There have been concerns that Google used to have problems with indexing dynamic websites with client-side rendering. Thus, it requires much expertise from developers. If done wrong, it would not be possible for it to work.
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