The process of building a web application has one quality that somewhat mirrors the process of evolution of life itself; it never ends. Unlike building a bridge, building a web application has no natural state that represents the end of the development process. It's up to you or your team to decide when you should stop the development process and release what you've already built.
In this book, we reached that point at which we can stop developing Snapterest. Right now, we have a small React.js application with a basic functionality that simply works.
Isn't that enough?
Not exactly. Earlier in this book, we discussed how the process of maintaining your web application is much more expensive ...