To start with, React has a component-based approach that facilitates clean coding. It also offers the developer the flexibility of writing custom components.
React also allows declarativity, backward compatibility, flexibility, minimalism, etc. It is perfect for cross-platform application development.
Additionally, React is easy to learn, and so, it is convenient for the developers to get accustomed to it. The speed, flexibility, performance, and usability make React the chosen framework of 2020.
Angular follows MVC architecture. The component-based code is very readable and maintainable. And this modular approach helps developers manage complex projects efficiently without losing track of the project. The component-based architecture of Angular also helps developers in high-quality coding.
The code-reusability in Angular empowers the developers to save time on repetitive codes so that the developer can focus on the complex areas of the application development.
Angular permits two-way data-binding; the developers don’t have to worry about synchronization of the components of the application when the data is updated. But, some developers require more control over the code, and for them, Angular also supports one-way data-binding.
Angular is largely used for frontend development. The high level of security and faster load time make Angular a perfect choice for single-page, responsive applications. However, it is very suitable for complex, large scale projects as well.
Angular also has built-in, real-time test modules. And, it also allows easy third-party integrations, so you can continue to add your preferred modules with ease.
Angular has a vast community you can rely upon when you need help. And, Google has assured long-term support for Angular. What more do you want!
The most prominent features of Ember include data-binding, code-reuse using components, ease of testing, and templating. All of these help the developers save development time and effort. Owing to the architecture of Ember, the code is also very easy to maintain.
Apart from building an independent app, you can also use Svelte with another framework for building a part of an app. And, with very few dependencies, Svelte is just perfect for small and less-complex application development.
In Meteor, you can add in-built smart packages to build applications with minimal coding. Developers prefer the Meteor framework also for its Blaze templating engine.
Many use Meteor as it is also suitable for application development when there are time and budget limitations in the project. But, anything that has pros can also have some cons! As Meteor is a full-stack framework, it is difficult to integrate it with your existing project.
Meteor has a strong support community that assists you when you are building complex, real-time applications.
Vue is suitable for large scale apps. It allows two-way data-binding, so the DOM updates with any change in data. With so many interactive elements, Vue is also perfect for building high-quality, interactive prototypes.
But, if your framework is not meeting your requirements, do explore the features and choose one.
About Author – Jin Markov is a Content Writer with GoodFirms, a research firm in the USA. He loves learning about the trends in application development while sipping his favorite cup of coffee.