- no need to start coding from scratch
- time and cost-effectiveness
- ability to deal with the newest technology and patterns.
- Development of large apps that must be scaled
- Adding interactivity to dynamic websites
- Creating mobile apps
- Server-side rendering and programming
- Development of games, which is quite new, however, an interesting trend
- Developing server apps
The following Google search trends graph represents search interest for React, Angular, Vue, React, and NodeJS during the last 12 months (a value of 100 is the peak popularity for the term).
React continues to keep top popularity scores, while Angular is still hot and is quite close to its main competitor.
In the meantime, Vue.js is something lots of developers are considering learning next as a Web Framework, according to Stack Overflow’s latest Developer Survey.
Twitter, Aliexpress, BBC, and more than other 183 000 websites use NodeJS. Let’s have a deeper look at each one.
Conclusion about React.js in brief
React uses one-way data binding. Its popular extension, Redux, controls data flow to components through one control point. This way of working makes it easier to debug self-contained components of large applications.
All the applications built with ReactJS are super easy to test. Developers can treat React views as functions of the state. So, they play with the state they pass to React view and test the output and triggered actions, functions, or events.
Last but not least, a decisive advantage of React is cross-platform development. React Native combines the best parts of native development with React so that you can develop IOS, Android, and Web applications at the same time.
Main features of the framework
There are several major blocks of Angular architecture. A module, similar to a class described by a code block, performs a particular single task. Angular has a feature of modularity, where a single application is built by separating it into many modules.
A component is a core part of the code and belongs to the controller class. View of the application and logic on the page and on-click execution depends upon the component. The view of the component is defined with a template. We add template expressions into the code in order to display value. You can connect CSS stylesheets with a component using encapsulated inline styles.
Metadata is used to extend the functionality of the class. We can use the class metadata (i.e., @Component decorator) to define any component in the Angular app.
Data Binding is the most powerful feature of Angular 2. It is a bridge between Model and View, and it synchronizes automatically. The framework supports three types of binding: source-to-view (property, attribute, interpolation, class, style binding), view-to-source (event binding), and two-way binding.
Dependency Injection enables attaching the functionality of components at runtime. Components can be easily maintainable, reusable, and testable with dependency injection.
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