As Patrick told you in his post back in April we recently switched to React as our primary web development framework because we decided that it looks like the most promising technology at the moment. The reasoning behind this decision and how we intend to implement state in our projects from now on are outlined below.
React, ReactJS, React Native, ReactiveX: to a novice, all those would sound like the same thing. However, software developers who know a little bit about the topic also know that React/JS and React Native have got nothing to do with ReactiveX. If you would like to know why that’s the case and/or you want to annoy impress others with your knowledge about the exact difference, you’ve come to the right place.