Best JS Framework for Front End Development
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Do you want to create a super JS framework for the Front End & Back End applications?
Do you want to create the most easy & simple web app?
Do you want to create an awesome web application?
Then, what are you waiting for? Choose the right & the best Java Script either AngularJS or Node JS or React JS. But one thing, we all forget to choose is, how to choose the most awesome way to create a remarkable web application? To make your job easier, we have made a comparison between the leading JS frameworks for your reference.
It’s a framework launched by Google in 2009. With the help of this framework, it is easy to solve issues which happen while creating a one – page application. Why Angular JS is considered:
- AngularJS, takes an edge over using HTML for defining web app’s user interface. It simplifies the entire web development process, defining specifically what you want.
- The web application development is flexible by using directives and filters, which brings more functionality to HTML, and filters take care of the data transformations.
- The unit testing, which is done in Angular JS, happens by inserting some mock data and, then measuring the entire output. This is mock data and then measuring the output.
Advantages of using AngularJS
- Easy framework to test
- Large Angular libraries
- Simple routing
- Data binding
- It provides strong template building solutions
- Limited Routing
- Scopes are difficult to debug
- The page tends to be slow, when more elements are added
- Third party integration is complex
- ReactJS, can easily run on a server, with a virtual DOM being rendered, due to which it is easy to make the website more SEO friendly.
- It runs on its own virtual DOM & takes care of all the changes or updates which are to be made in the DOM.
Advantages of using ReactJS
- Get easily updated
- Codes can be re-used
- Easy to learn API’s & smooth UI
- Component based architecture
- Limitations of integrating ReactJS into a MVC framework
- Has always been touted as a library than, a framework
Node JS as we all know is a server, than a framework which is used to ease out the development of complex applications. Why NodeJS is considered:
- NodeJS can easily handle multiple number of connections as it is used as a server side proxy
- The NodeJS library is fast in executing the code
- The Node Package Manager is included with Node.js and has grown to a repository of nearly 50,000 packages, making it likely that another developer has already packaged up a solution to your problem, or even some less common ones.
- Advantages of NodeJS
- Single Threaded but Highly Scalable
- No Buffering
- Large files can be easily streamed
- Simple to learn
- Not scalable because one CPU is not sufficient to take advantage of multiple tasks
- It is mainly for web servers and not meant for tasks which are CPU run i.e the daily tasks or the applications which are continuously used
Now that we know the difference between these 3 latest technologies, once can easily derive which is the best web application needed for which purpose.