The devil is in details, so people say. Few months ago, while working on prototype of cakephp-calendar, we had an interesting debate over front-end stack for Calendar component. At the same time, in parallel, WordPress community was buzzing about their text editor – Gutenberg whether to use ReactJS vs VueJS libraries. One of the reasons of choosing VueJS, was licensing agreement.
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Investing man-hours into VueJS research and prototyping was right, especially after Raul Kripalani published an interesting article on the license review of ReactJS.
Updated: One more review of FB React JS licensing from WordPress Tavern.