We have scrutinized a list below, depending on the popularity, usability, and the gaining momentum of these frameworks.
Let’s discuss the most talked-about front-end framework, React. This framework has an increasingly large number of users. When it comes to mobile, React Native has an easy and convenient procedure. The main difference between Vue and React is that React has a steeper learning curve however, once you get your hands on its syntax and its working, it carries incredible abilities to build innovative applications.
Angular with its current version 8 is a heavyweight front-end framework maintained by the giant, Google. Angular is an MVC (Model View Controller) framework which uses TypeScript, which is a different version of JS vanilla or ECMA script. Among its competitors for enterprise applications, Vue and React, Angular is recommended as it brings us many useful tools and ready-made implementations.
Nuxt.js is a powerful framework based on Vue.js and Node.js with server-side-render. Being an excellent and extremely powerful web application development framework, this framework is equally easy and simple to use and practice. Nuxt is an open-source framework. This framework has more than 22k stars in GitHub and it is first for server-side site development for those using Vue.js.
One more powerful Vue.js-based framework, GridSome is built for Static Site Generator using Vue syntax as well as GraphQl for building powerful, fast web sites, apps, pwas and can also work with markdown.
This framework based on React and GraphQl is a Static Site Generator (SSG). Gatsby practices the best parts of React like React Router and Webpack plus several GraphQl features so you can build your site in React and then generate “Build” static files. These advantages are better in performance and prove to become a great SEO and caching system. Additionally, Gatsby comes with several plugins ready for you to start your project quickly and concisely.
This framework, Next.js is similar in performance to Gatsby. Both of these frameworks use React syntax and have transpiration for ES 6 and ES 7 but the biggest difference between the two is that the Next has SSR (Server-Side Renderer) while Gatsby is an SSG. In Gatsby, the whole application is generated in static pages and in Next each request is made as a new rendering of each page because this part is done by the server.
This list is an overview of popular frameworks that are being practiced extensively. Here at vteams, we have detailed expertise and experience for almost all frameworks featured on this list, and the ones we don’t have we will probably have by the end of 2020 so stay tuned.