Vue.js is a very famous framework for building user interfaces. It is different from other frameworks in that it is more focused on the view layer only and doesn’t include any concept of a ‘controller’ or ‘action’. Vue’s single-file component structure also makes it easy to split your code into components and keep them organized.
React also provides a number of different features to make it easier for developers to work with complicated data structures, virtual DOM, unidirectional data flow, declarative programming, and modular codebase, making it easier to create apps that are responsive and run efficiently on mobile devices too.
AngularJS allows for developing rich internet applications, single-page web applications, or mobile apps. It aims to simplify the development and the testing of such applications by providing a framework for client-side Model View Controller (MVC) architecture.
It has two main modules, namely Angular.js and Angular-route. With AngularJS, both are only loosely coupled, which means that you can also use just one module in your application if you want to support only one or the other.
Svelte JS: cybernetically enhanced web apps
It has three main goals:
- Allow developers to write fat-free views
- Minimise bundle size
Node.js is an open-source, cross-platform runtime environment for developing server-side web applications. Node.js is lightweight and efficient because it uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O architecture.
Node.js is a server-side programming language that can scale down to serve static files (such as images) and build complex networks of clients and servers (such as chat). In addition, Node.js is known for its lightweight and efficient asynchronous I/O. It’s perfect for data-intensive real-time apps that run on several devices.
The Node Package Manager (npm) provides over 100,000 libraries and allows developers to share packages through a registry of software components called “npm”.
- Next JS: the React framework
Node.js was originally developed by Ryan Dahl in 2009 and has since become very popular among developers due to its scalability and efficiency in handling concurrent connections at high data throughput rates with low latency.
- Meteor: a platform to build, host, deploy and scale JS apps