React Native Github Stars: 71.3K+
- It’s a growing JS framework and already too popular among the developers
- It is highly versatile, preferred for cross-platform tasks
- By using native controls and native modules, React Native improves on performance by a good margin
- Rich resources of ready-to-apply components so that you don’t need to start from scratch every time
- You needn’t worry about the stability and reliability of apps built with React Native
- Newcomers may struggle a bit for the starter
- If you intend to build large applications, the learning curve can be a little steep
- App Performance Lacks as Compared to a Pure Native App
- You may still need to write a minimal amount of native code
Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp, Dropbox, and some other popular platforms use React Native. The rate at which the React community is growing, you should definitely look forward to grabbing the knowledge of it.
Vue.js Github Stars: 120.2K+
- Vue is fairly simple and easy to get along with
- The size of the Vue is so small. The minified version of the whole file is 18kb, yet it’s so robust and fast.
- It has got one of the best documentation libraries you could ever find
- Smaller interactive parts can be easily integrated into the existing infrastructure with no negative effect on the entire system
- It is flexible and very responsive
- Vue is much more fun to learn compared to React
- Lack of resources including common plugins/components
- The language barrier is a big issue for Vue. Majority of the users are from non-English speaking communities
- It’s evolving too fast
Though Vue.js is not a framework in a complete sense it serves as a quick and easy fix for applications and interfaces development.It’s a great choice to start learning the frameworks in an easy way. If you are a beginner, it’s best choice you’ve in your hands.
Angular 5 Github Stars: 43K+
Angular 5 has been released in November 2017. But till now it is one of the most popular JS framework version. You can look for the latest versions though.
- Angular 5 is quicker, lighter and easier
- It ensures faster and easier two-way data binding
- The new HTTP shopper is introduced that’s small in size & easy to use
- Angular 5 reduces some burdens from server CPUs by supporting cache and many other processes
- If you are not familiar with the Model-View-Controller architectural patterns, using Angular can be extremely time-consuming
- Angular was the most popular one. But it’s decreasing with the passage of time.
- It is comparatively complex and for a beginner, it will be hard to proceed
The framework is definitely worth trying once. But we don’t recommend you to start learning with Angular 5 or any other versions of Angular.
Ember.js Github Stars: 20.3K+
Ember.js is based on the Model–view–viewmodel pattern. It allows developers to create scalable single-page web applications by incorporating common idioms and best practices into the framework. It focuses on getting things done and getting them done quickly.
Ember.js was introduced to the software market in 2015 and since then, it has gained popularity with its wide application area. Ember is very easy to build with – as long as you’re willing to follow Ember’s structure. If you are unable to do so, Ember may not be the right tool for your project.
- The data library of Amber is very rich. You will get quick support from an active community
- Ember CLI does its job very well and speeds up your development
- Built-in testing tools can be a great help
- The learning curve for a newbie is pretty steep
- Less space for customization
- Most of the ember add-ons are quite below standard.
Netflix and Linkedin are using Ember.js. If you are new in this area, don’t go for it instantly. Learn more and then think about Amber.
Node.js Github Stars: 55.8K+
- Share the same piece of code with both server and client side
- npm, the Node-packaged modules have already become huge and still growing
- Its data intensive, lightweight and perfect on distributed devices
- Due to asynchronous nature, working on the logic is a little complex
- Every time using a callback end up with tons of nested callbacks
- Not very suitable for high computational programs
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