Performance is one of the major limitations of React. It is not as fast as other frameworks such as Angular or Vue as it needs to be compiled into a virtual DOM before it can be rendered, which takes time and can slow down the overall performance of the application.
Another limitation of React is its complexity. It is a powerful tool which can be used to build complex applications, but this can make it difficult for developers who are new to the framework to get up to speed quickly and to debug and test applications built with React.
React also does not have native support for other languages such as Java or Swift, so developers need to use other tools such as React Native or Cordova to build native applications.
Finally, React is a relatively new framework and its documentation is still in the process of being developed, which can make it difficult for developers to find the answers to their questions or to find tutorials and examples of code that are up-to-date with the latest version of React.
Before deciding to use React for a project, it is important to consider these limitations.