Changing Javascript framework: 4 questions to ask yourself before doing it.

With new framework options always on the horizon it pays to make sure our upgrades are well justified. New frameworks don't solve systemic issues. To make sure we're upgrading for the right reasons, we should ask the right questions.

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“What good does it do you to go overseas, to move from city to city? If you really want to escape the things that harass you, what you’re needing is not to be in a different place but to be a different person.” Seneca, Letters from a Stoic
In this letter, Seneca was highlighting that running from a problem, does not solve it. You must be careful to understand that where you’re running from might not be the problem. The problem might even be you (in this case, your team/business). Before we make that leap and change where we are, we need to address ourselves. And our own potential shortcomings.
There comes a time with our software teams where a thought flashes through our mind: “Should we change framework?”