It's just another framework we've had for ages..
I see it with so many languages, all they do is add functions we already created in the past as standard options. It's really nothing new..
A problem with a lot of newer frameworks, is that a developer doesn't have any idea anymore as how it actually works underneath, so if something doesn't work they can't figure out why as they don't have the understanding (doesn't mean you have to know all the ins and outs).
Problem these days is, there are sooooo many frameworks, and everytime a new framework pops up it'll be a favorite for a while and then we all have to move over to the next new hip framework even if it doesn't actually add anything new to the previous one.
One good reason why computers can do more work than people is that they never have to stop and answer the phone.