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Which front-end Javascript Framework goes well/worst/bad/good/best with Scala?

Khuma Chhakchhuak
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Which front-end Javascript Framework goes '------' with Scala and why?
1. well/good/best
2. worst/bad
Bear Bibeault
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Any JavaScript framework worth its salt will be completely agnostic of how the backend is developed. Are you thinking of one in particular?


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Khuma Chhakchhuak
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Yes. The data would be driven by the backend and the frontend would be able to
1. respond userS (literally USERS') requests very quickly
2. reflect changes in backend in fraction of seconds
 
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