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This reddit thread is the inspiration for this section, and some of the responses are summarized here:
- The first and most upvoted response is one that appreciates the ease of maintenance in a project that supports Server-Side React rendering. It's not that the setup is hard - it's that the APIs and planning haven't all settled just yet and therefore as new updates get pushed and the features move along - maintenance and upkeep becomes a challenge.
- General consensus that the Next.js documentation is good
- It's easy to make frontend devs a bit closer to "full-stack" by expanding what is possible in a React framework
- The NEED for Server-Side rendering in an application/organization where everyone already knows React well is a great fit (teams are productive quickly)