I've been a software engineer for a very long time, and to be fair I feel a lot of these "flavour of the month frameworks" are very easy to ignore/miss/not be aware of, particularly if you're working with enterprise clients that require stable, well-developed systems.
These aren't "flavour of the month frameworks" tho (some of them aren't even frameworks).
"particularly if you're working with enterprise clients that require stable, well-developed systems"
All of these are stable, well-developed and established/proven frameworks/workflows that have been out there for years (except CSS-IN-JS, that's just bad practice).
Earlier in the year, I posted on DesignerNews asking for people to take part in this year's Front-end Tooling Survey – I've now (finally!) written up the results so I wanted to share them here for anyone that took part, or that may be interested in the results.
I'd love to hear people's thoughts on the results – and if anyone has any questions or comments about the survey, I'd love to hear them and I'll make sure I answer questions in the comments.