I totally agree with you. and I understand the reasons of why to code on low-level languages. But if we compare the amount of code, created at Tesla vs whole JS community. so it’s just a different point of view.
I don’t also think that C++ can prevent from killing people. Against this is open source movement - where a lot of people update code frequently, so it’s really anti-bug environment.
I’m also not against a Flutter. But for me - it’s just another Swift, any drag-n-drop, Angular, etc. I don’t see a lot of adoption of it. It maybe later, but…
Again, if you want a more serious opinion or discussion here - I know a good person that you can contact and ask his opinion.
Again - I’m totally fine with any of options. Right now development looks like a book of biology with a speed that normal person cannot follow.
Aside from that, RN is probably just fine for learning JS or tinkering with small MVPs and things like that.
Short thing that pop in my head - React is backed by Facebook.
Doesn’t instagram/messenger built with R/RN stuff? I think they are, or why FB created React.