For this reason, new frameworks have begun to be created to assist in the implementation of the code. These are not the only advantage - frameworks allow teamwork and - most importantly - reduce the time needed to create applications and websites due to the possibility of "sharing" the code. It is also worth remembering the increased storage and data flow capabilities that frameworks allow.
React is the most popular framework - currently used by services such as Netflix, Imgur, PayPal and Walmart.
Characteristic for React is that he uses the virtual DOM of the application, this is stored in internal memory. After the status change, the system looks for differences between the current and virtual DOM and updates the changes.
React enables a high level of flexibility and responsiveness, which is why it works especially when building large internet applications, where data is constantly changed.
In terms of popularity, it is right behind React.
Angular is a Google product, is constantly supported and developed by it, also used by Google and You Tube.
The framework enables the implementation of the MVC (model - view - controller) architecture, consisting of two-way data exchange. Thanks to this, the development and testing of applications using Angular are more friendly.
According to programmers using Angular's solutions, he is a mature, solidly developed tool that provides a wide range of possibilities for moderating elements of the visual layer of web applications.
Another popular framework used, among others, by services such as WizzAir and GitLab.
Vue is mainly used to build extensive web applications, but it is flexible enough to be able to prepare a mobile application with it.
Vue, just like React, uses a virtual DOM that allows storage in internal memory.
What framework to match the project?
Each of the frameworks presented above has some advantages and disadvantages. There are several factors to consider when choosing the right one for your project.
React.js is recommended for more complex projects and also applications that are intended to become mobile applications. It will also work when building smaller applications where data management is necessary (thanks to Redux and React Hooks).
React will be perfect when we do not have the exact future appearance of the application.
The matter is more obvious in the case of Angular, because it is still not adapted for use in small applications. It works great for large projects because it provides easy scaling and expansion. The advantage of Angular is undoubtedly Typesrcipt, which determines the stability of the project and allows you to detect errors during application development.