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No. React is particularly useful and reliable when:
Indeed, React enables you to create components as objects, which have:
props, unchanging data specific to the object)
state, which can change during the lifetime of the component)
Both libraries, when used together, offer a reliable framework to build complex front-end applications with a fast and dynamic interface.
Yes, since Rails 5.1 version and the integration of the webpacker gem, it is very simple to implement React and Redux in a Rails app.