Just more examples of why whenever as an accessibility consultant when I have a client who used react, we have to rip it out and basically start over from scratch.
Why? violation of the separation of concerns, only thinking in screen media (which since style="" has no media="", /FAIL/ hard), a mentality that drags HTML practices back to the worst of HTML 3.2 style thinking...
It's all a train wreck laundry list of how NOT to use web technologies.
We can only hope that react/vue/the rest of this trash gets killed off by the uptick of accessibility lawsuits in the wake of the Supreme Court telling Domino's to go suck an egg.