The evolution doesn’t seem to stop, as there are many changes yet to come this year too.
- Efficiency- Bulky projects, which take a lot of time and hundreds of lines of code can be completed can be achieved more easily with well-structured prebuilt patterns and functions.
- Cost- Most of the frameworks are open source and free to use. The allow programmers to build custom solutions faster, which results in lower price rates.
AngularJS Released back in 2016, Angular has now achieved new heights in a very less time. AngularJS is mostly mentioned as an MVW (Model-View-Whatever) framework, which delivers a lot of benefits for many startups and mid-sized companies. It is mostly used for quick code production, easy testing of any app part and two-way data binding (changes in the backend are immediately reflected in the UI). After its release, the framework has been evolved beyond imagination and has named as the most used JS framework for single page application development.
We’ve featured differences between Angular.JS and Node.JS, regardless of both the frameworks use techniques like AJAX, DHTML, DOM scripting and much more, but that does not mean that these can be used interchangeably
React.JS basically works more as a library than a JS Framework. It is also considered as the fastest growing JS framework, as there are 1,000 contributors of it on Github. React.JS performs as “V” in MVC (Model-View-Controller) pattern, by which it can be easily integrated with any architecture. Thanks to the Virtual DOM, with the help of which, it delivers a great performance boost as compared to the Angular 1.X.Apart from this, the components of this framework can be created and reused for additional applications and can be transferred for public use too.
However, React has a higher learning curve, it simply makes app development more easy-to-understand. It is also believed to be more suitable for complex, high-load and awesome software solutions.
Vue 2.0 was also introduced back in 2016 and has been proved better from Ember, React and Angular, as it puts all of them in a handy package. It is also said to be easier to learn as compared to React and Angular 2.0. The framework also delivers two-way data binding (seen in AngularJS), server-side rendering (like in Angular2 and ReactJS), Vue-cli (scaffolding tool for quick start) and optional JSX support.
The founder of Vue 2 also claims it to be the fastest framework present today. It is undoubtedly a better choice for quick development of cross-platform solutions. It can also be proved to be a panacea for high-end single page applications (SPAs) and an effective solution to all the cases, where performance is considered ahead of app structure or good code organization.
Ember offers two-way data binding, like Angular.js, which helps in keeping both view and model synchronized all the time. It is basically used for complex feature-rich web applications and websites such as Chipotle, Blue Apron, Nordstrom, Kickstarter, LinkedIn, Netflix and many others. Furthermore, it is blessed with an easier learning curve and there are thousands of tutorials available online for guidance.
MeteorJS works for all the phases of software development and takes care of additional processes like linking, files concatenation and others. Currently, the framework is getting used in real-time application development for business companies such as Mazda, IKEA, Honeywell and many others.