This is one of the most efficient, powerful, and popular open-source frameworks developed and maintained by Google. By using this framework, mobile app development companies can create interactive single-page web applications (SPA). The best thing about this full-featured framework is that it is a part of MEAN and LAMP stacks and is actively used by large-sized business enterprises.
- Large ecosystem
- Faster load time
- Google long-term support
- High performance
- Increased security
- High-quality code generation
- Smooth testing
- Top-tier programming style
- A complete set of tools
- High scalability
- Enhanced design architecture
- Supported by millions of developers
- Steep learning curve
- Verbose and complex
- Limited SEO options
- CLI documentation lacks information
- After Bootstrap, developers struggle to configure the framework.
- Utilizing the scopes is easy but it is tough to debug them.
- Migrating legacy systems from AngularJs to Angular will take a significant amount of time.
2 React (also called ReactJS)
- Easy to learn and use
- Dynamic web app development is easier
- Reusable components
- Performance enhancement due to virtual DOM
- SEO friendly
- Support a handy set of tools that make development easier
- Easy to test the applications and debug their codes native tools
- Strongly recommended by popular brands like Whatsapp, Netflix, and The New York Times.
- React is evolving so fast that it becomes challenging to make a detailed documentation. To counter this problem, many developers create their own documentation, which many times, result in poor execution.
- The high pace of development is another shortcoming of React. When the environment changes continuously, many developers face a shortage of time to relearn the advanced ways of performing tasks. As a result, they fail to keep up with such a fast-paced environment.
- Unlike AngularJS, it is not a full-featured framework. Developers need to have in-depth knowledge of integrating UI free library into an MVC framework.
- Many developers consider JSX as a barrier, especially the new ones. They often complain about its complexity and steep learning curve.
- Easy to learn – Small learning curve
- Great flexibility and fewer restrictions
- Detailed and extensive documentation
- Two-way communication due to its MVVM architecture
- Strong community support
- Ecosystem is small and fast
- Syntax is easy to understand
- Code reusability
- Being a relatively new language, VueJS is not supported by a wide community of developers.
- More flexible than required. Over-flexibility can complicate things in a big project and developers may end up committing more errors.
- Lack of many useful plugins. This means programmers may resort to some other frameworks.
- Limited resources are available. The tools required for development are not as many as Angular or React has.
- Language barrier is one of the serious drawbacks of Vue.JS. A major chunk of its content is written in Chinese.
- Excellent documentation
- Plenty of features within the framework
- URL support
- Data binding
- Increased performance
- Built-in router
- Evolving continuously
- Full-stack development options
- Debugging facilities
- Steep learning curve
- Limited libraries and code examples
- Slow rendering in the beginning
- Small community
- No standard set of UI elements
- Too big for small projects
- Deep linking – not reliable
- Slower development
- Easy to learn and understand
- Event-driven communication features
- Ideal for Minimum viable product (MVP) development
- No need for jQuery.data
- Longer development time