React took the web development community by storm with its great success. Now there are also several "React replacement" libraries, which keep API compatibility but promise to be "better" in several ways (generally speed and code size), and some of them have been used in high-profile projects instead of the "original" React. And, last but not least, Facebook itself is rewriting the React internals, making the fiber-based version 16 a de-facto "API-compatible reimplementation". In this talk we'll see why these different implementation exist, how they differ from each other, and which one you should pick for your next project.


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