A framework is like a code-template, with some helpers, constructors etc. Generally, a framework presents the code in a beautiful way.
The number of frameworks available out there is huge and every framework has different working principles. Therefore it wouldn’t be possible to learn many of them. Hence you must choose the one that you are comfortable with and enrich your skills there. So now let’s check out the list I have made for you guys.
On the other side, Angular is much popular among developers. It also has a great scope for mobile app development too. Ionic is one of the most popular frameworks to develop great hybrid mobile apps with Angular.
Finally, I would say if you are looking for a complete framework for large-scale projects then Angular will be the best. In addition to all, they also have a great documentation.
First of all, React is not a framework its a library. Which is developed and maintained by Facebook.
Even you can develop native apps with React. React Native is a mobile app development framework based on React. Its one of the reason behind the success and popularity of React.
React has a huge community support with a smart documentation. So if you are looking for building great UI (User Interface) / UX (User Experience) then react is for you.
If you are confused whether to choose React or Angular then check out React Vs Angular. It explains in depth details of both of the frameworks with popularity, job market, future scope and much more.
This one is one of my most favourite frameworks. Vue is one of the most popular, modern and lightweight frameworks.
The developer of Vue was inspired by Angular. He wants to build a lightweight framework with the best features of Angular.
One of the most popular cloud IDE jsFiddle is made with Vue. Even tech giants like Alibaba also use vue.
Vue has a smaller learning curve and really beginner friendly. So if you are looking for a lightweight and easy to use a framework then go for Vue.
However, Vue also has great mobile app frameworks. I have found Framework 7 to be easiest, you can check here.
There’s no comparison between Vue and other top frameworks in terms of speed and memory management. Vue vs React js will clarify the above statement.
First of all, you can integrate it with other top frameworks like Angular, React. Even you can directly use it with databases like MongoDB.
Cordova is one of the most popular Hybrid app development frameworks. You can integrate your Meteor codes into Cordova projects to create some great apps.
It provides an app toolbox that makes task really easy to develop scalable apps. Most importantly it makes the apps blazing fast. On the other side, it provides various polyfills to support older browser as well as implements modern coding standards to support future browser updates.
Basically, Polymer provides 2 different approaches to use it one is the use of the library and another is the use of toolbox. Whatever you choose both are awesome but I prefer to using the app toolbox. It makes the task really easy to create powerful API’s.
Its made with modern architecture with fewer modules and less complication. That makes it really faster and smaller as compared to others.
Basically, its used to create things from scratch. So if you are looking for a way to create things from scratch or want to create some custom solution you can give it a try.
In addition to all, they provide a range of awesome API’s like task queue, templating, dependency injection and much more. You will find the full list and details here.
In addition to all, it also has a huge list of API’s to create some great applications. You can find the list here.
|#||Github stars||Active jobs on upwork||Time to create 1000 rows||Memory usage after adding 1000 rows|
|Angular||30,717||722||198.8 ms||10.9 Mb|
|React||82,672||1,064||187.9 ms||9.7 Mb|
|Vue Js||75,729||177||168.1 ms||7.5 Mb|
|Polymer||18,820||22||202.3 ms||8.4 Mb|
|Aurelia||10,270||9||185.4 ms||11.3 Mb|