Yeah, I could see how the experience might generate negative feelings about Web Components. I think proponents of frameworks would have difficulty trying them, see that the tools are like learning a framework and wonder what the point of that is, then go back to their framework of choice. Hopefully, this post will help change the perception a little bit.
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