@adynathos said in Pick my front-end framework for me: In that context, I considered it an advantage of polymer - that in the future, it may be a native feature of the browsers. Do you find it likely they will abandon this idea? (Or maybe my idea that Polymer == WebComponents is wrong?) Polymer polyfills web components and adds some missing things on top of it, like a working templating language. And yes, it doesn't seem like the web components spec has a future. No one besides Google is implementing it. Even if they were, you'd still need a javascript framework to make it actually usable, as polymer demonstrates. Here's all you need to know about react vs web components: https://dmitriid.com/blog/2017/03/the-broken-promise-of-web-components/ TLDR: web components are awful, react has won.