Comparison of Angular.js vs React.js vs Ember.js

Posted by : Rakesh Sinha
Posted On : 1/26/2018 9:15:10 AM
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                 The web development has been changing very fast. Nearly every month a new JavaScript framework is being announced, and existing frameworks are being updated very frequently. As these frameworks are of an open source, large communities around the world can constantly enhance them. And as the outcome, understanding the benefits of each framework and the difference between them is not an easy job.
Many software developers are jumbled by a huge number of JavaScript frameworks available as frameworks look and function very differently.
Let’s evaluate the benefits of three the most popular and widely-used JavaScript frameworks for the web: AngularJS, ReactJS and EmberJS.

Angular Js
Angular.js is an open-source web application framework with Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture (Angular 1) and Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) architecture (Angular 2), powered by Google. It is the oldest of the three frameworks named above. As the result, it has the largest community. Angular.js solves the problem of developing SPA’s (single page applications) by extending the functionality of HTML with directives. The framework places an emphasis on getting your app up and running quickly.

React Js
ReactJS is an open-source JavaScript library for building performant user interfaces with focus on amazing rendering performance, introduced and powered by Facebook. React is focused on “V” in Model View Controller architecture. After React was first announced, it quickly achieved critical mass. It was built in order to solve the common problem with other JavaScript frameworks – efficient rendering of large data sets.

Ember Js
EmberJS is an open-source JavaScript application framework for creating single-page client-side web applications, which uses Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern. The framework provides universal data binding together and URL-driven approach for structuring different applications with the focus on scalability.

Ember was originated as SproutCore in 2007. In 2011 it was acquired by Facebook and renamed to Ember. It combines proven concepts from native frameworks like Apple’s Cocoa with the lightweight sensibilities.
 
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