I was wondering if there is any React licensing scheme or "legal limit" in using the framework today in 2022 that could limit us (or a business) in creating anykind of JS project with it of any size ? compared to Vue / Angular ?

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    For real legal advice better consult a lawyer, but generally speaking: React uses MIT license since 2018 So you are free to use it for your business needs. I think the potential problem with the prior license was sublicensing.

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