Speaking as a multidisciplinary (but primarily JS) developer with React Native experience, there's no need to remove this kind of article as, if written properly, it can inform good choices. I feel articles like this one could be downvoted, given missing benchmark code samples and qualitative comparisons on the author's part. Some statements are plain incorrect: "With react native, we have seen a big challenge to keep 3rd party libraries and APIs updated, as there’s nothing to keep track and notify developers on what packages/libraries/APIs requires updation." - Ever heard of Yarn? So, yeah. My 10¢.