JavaScript Frameworks

By | June 7, 2019

JavaScript is one of the most popular languages out there and its frameworks are just popular as it. The developer uses JavaScript frameworks to make web application and as so far, they are doing great. Though JavaScript is used for front end development and to improve web user interface its frameworks serve the same purpose but in a more productive manner. In this article, we will discuss some of the most famous JavaScript Frameworks so you could pick one of them for your future projects, but before it lets discuss what is a JavaScript Framework and why we use it.

JavaScript Framework.

As we know that JavaScript is scripting and a programming language which is used for the front-end web development. Like other programming languages, JavaScript has its own Frameworks and a framework is a software which contains predefined code and accepts the user-defined code to form a result.

As JavaScript Frameworks only accept JavaScript code so it’s better to learn JavaScript first and then learn its framework.

Angular

AngularIt is one of the most popular frameworks of JavaScript and widely used too. It is powerful and open source frameworks having lots of new features. Though Angular use TypeScript which is a superset of JavaScript.

It is released by Google on 14th September 2016 that makes it popular amongst other frameworks serving the same purpose as a child of Google Angular it is praised by many new developers.

Some of the big Tech companies using Angular:

  • Google
  • PayPal
  • Nike
  • HBO
  • Sony
  • Upwork

React

React

Another popular JavaScript framework developed and maintained by a big tech giant Facebook. Its always be a tough decision whether to choose Angular or React both have their pros and cons.  React is widely used for the development of mobile applications. React make webpages which are more SEO friendly so developer across the world adopting this framework for their new projects.

Some of the big Tech companies using React:

  • Facebook
  • Netflix
  • Yahoo Mail
  • Khan Academy
  • Dropbox
  • New York Times

Vue.js

Vue.js

Vue is an open source JavaScript framework released in February 2014. Vue is created by Evan You a former Google employee who give a thought of making a lightweight JavaScript Framework. Vue has made under the consideration of HTML-Based templet syntax. The simplicity and light weight of this framework has attracted many developers to use it. Vue is mainly used for developing the user interface and single page applications.

Some of the big tech companies using Vue

  • Alibaba
  • Xiaomi
  • Adobe
  • GitLab
  • Grammarly
  • Euro News

Ember.js:

Ember.js:

It is an open source JavaScript web framework which was released on 8th December 2011. Ember is one of the oldest frameworks of JavaScript and having a great community across the globe. It is developed by Yehuda Katz who made it based on MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) pattern. Ember is used to develop single page web application although ember is also capable of making desktops applications.

Some of the big tech companies using Ember.js on their website:

  • LinkedIn
  • tv
  • Discourse
  • Chipotle
  • Live Nation

Meteor.js

Meteor.js

MeteorJs is a JavaScript web framework which was released by Meteor Development Group on 20th January 2012. It is an open source framework written in node.js. The main feature of this framework is it can be considered for the full stack development. Unlike other JavaScript frameworks, Meteor can deal with data binding as well as with User Interface. The full stack feature of this framework has gathered plenty of popularity across the developer community.

Some of the big tech companies using Meteor.js on their website:

  • Meteor
  • Wild
  • Down to chill
  • Weed Web
  • Tech Stack

Node.js

Node.js

Node.js is not a JavaScript framework, but it uses to serve the same purpose and it is pretty popular among the developer, after Angular. Node.js is an open source JavaScript run time environment developed by Ryan Dahl and released in 27th May 2009. Node.js is used to create dynamic web pages and it accepts JavaScript command lines.

Some of the big tech companies using Node.js on their website:

  • Uber
  • Netflix
  • Twitter
  • Reddit
  • eBay
  • Coursera

Mithril.js

Mithril.js

Mithril is an open source client-side JavaScript framework. It has a very small file size and documentation which perform specific work. It has a file size of < 8kb gzip which makes it faster as compared to other JavaScript frameworks.

Some big companies using Mithril

  • Vimeo
  • Nike

Backbone.js

Backbone.js

Backbone.js is a JavaScript library developed by Jeremy Ashkenas back in October 2010. Backbone.js is based on Model-View-Presenter (MVP). Though backbone is one of the oldest JavaScript libraries yet developer use it for their projects and even for the new ones.

Aurelia.js

Aurelia.js

It is an open source JavaScript framework and the latest one too. With some new features Aurelia helping a group of developers to develop the latest website interfaces. It provides quick services for different conditions and also has a low learning curve. With the help of modern JavaScript on Aurelia, you can make complex web applications.

Polymer

Polymer

The polymer is a JavaScript library used to create web applications. The polymer is created by Google and some of its contributors. Some of the Google services such as YouTube, earth, play music use Polymer. Polymer provides both one way and two-way data binding.

Some big tech companies using polymer.

  • McDonald’s.
  • IBM
  • Coca-Cola.

Conclusion:

All the frameworks which we have mentioned above have their own pros and cons and its always a hard decision to choose a framework. So it’s very important to choose a framework according to your project demand.

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