React is mostly hype.

That's why there's Redux!

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Irrelevant

React is mostly hype.

Again, the user "mmbop" is abusing the notion of a "logical fallacy". This could be evidence of a deeper issue with the Arguman product itself.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Diverting the argument to the platform.

Sexual intercourse before marriage is immoral

Morality is open to interpretation and it varies from society to society. Most societies (with very few exceptions) accept sex in or out of wedlock as what it is: a natural act.

Begging The Question

God disagrees.

React is mostly hype.

Your logical fallacy is no true scotsman. You made what could be called an appeal to purity as a way to dismiss relevant criticisms or flaws of your argument.

Irrelevant Conclusion

His counterpoint is valid. React only serves to slow down "real" projects that consist of UI components that aren't simple (more than a todo app). How? By using React you inevitably add the steps of maintaining its ecosystem, researching its documentation, and relying on Facebook for their duplicate version of HTML, CSS and JS.

React is mostly hype.

Many other people are using it, and it's backed by large corporation. This means there is a large community working on tools which work with React.

Pragmatic Fallacy

Just because something works and someone is using something means nothing.

React is mostly hype.

The API is small and easy to understand.

Slothful Induction

React is poorly documented, and duplicates what is already possible with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. This in itself is confusing.

React is mostly hype.

The hype is justified because it greatly simplifies developers' work.

Slothful Induction

No evidence.