Let’s highlight these first three frameworks and libraries:
Developers love React for these features:
- Component-based architecture.
- An elegant style of programming and declarative views that help to produce a clear and maintainable code.
- Rapid performance due to one-way data binding which makes manipulating with the virtual DOM faster.
- Effective event handling.
- JSX – a markup syntax that keeps writing components uncomplicated.
- Adoption and popularization of a functional paradigm that eases the development and makes the management of application states more predictable.
Other Vue’s strengths are:
- A component-oriented structure that encapsulates reusable code, gives flexibility and ensures easy scaling.
- Reactive mechanisms that help to keep the state object in full synchronization with the view and the DOM.
- Solutions for mobile UI development.
- The tiny size of the framework. It ships at only 18-21 KB.
- Helps to keep the structure of a project simple.
Features for which you will love Angular are:
- Component-based architecture that reminds of MVC but makes components reusable, encapsulates the code and make it more productive.
- Two-way data binding that synchronizes the model with the view and removes the need to write excessive code.
- Hierarchical dependency injection makes components reusable and easy to maintain.
- Designed with the mobile-first approach.
- Rapid performance. However, it highly depends on the quality of the code.
- The template syntax that is easy to write and read.
- Components that ensure easy unit-testing.
- Active and large community.
- Suitable for iterative development.