Why moving from a PHP MVC to a JS Framework? • /r/javascript

  • If you’re working in PHP and JS, you’ll never be as strong in either as you’ll be in JS if that’s the only thing you’re using.
  • When your server side app is turning into a brittle monolithic codebase.
  • Also your idea of “front ends” seems to assume that they are all web clients.

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@Shambix: “Why a #JS Framework (eg.@angularjs), or a view (eg.@reactjs), as opposed to straight #PHP/#HTML & js on the side? ->”


I’m a little (ok a lot) confused about using eg. Angular., but even just React… I’ve been reading quite a bit… I just dont fully get it, but…


Why moving from a PHP MVC to a JS Framework? • /r/javascript

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