10 Popular JS Frameworks
With features such as automatic two-way data binding, script-free form validations, and use of directives to create reusable components, AngularJS greatly reduces development time. Among the prominent companies whose websites are built with AngularJS are PayPal, Upwork and Udemy. With Google’s recent release of Angular 2, a re-written version of Angular, interest for the framework continues to rise.
React is mainly used for fast and simple creation of dynamic user interfaces using a component-based architecture. It also offers the advantage of compatibility with other frameworks and libraries. PayPal, GoDaddy and Glassdoor all use React in their websites.
Ember.js is another framework for building interactive user interfaces. Among its main features are its use of routers to preserve page states in URLs and its use of Handlebars syntax for HTML templating. Like Angular, Ember also uses two-way data binding to synchronize UI elements with data changes. Ember.js is used in the websites of Yahoo!, LinkedIn, and Netflix.
Backbone.js is a very simple and lightweight framework, so it is fairly easy to learn and can lead to quick loading times. Although it offers most of the common functionalities offered by other frameworks, it leaves out some notable features such as data binding, for which it requires additional plug-ins. It is therefore more suitable as an accessory framework to be used in conjunction with other frameworks. It’s used in the websites of Reddit, Disney and Walmart.
Yet another newcomer, Mithril.js is a very lightweight framework. With under a thousand lines of code and just 14 functions, Mithril boasts of very quick loading and rendering times. Due to its simplicity, it’s also easy to learn. Among its main features are customizable data binding and URL routing. Some examples of websites using Mithril are Iconfinder, BrandExtract, and FitFusion.
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