The ranking is focused on frameworks’ popularity, accessibility, and how much traction those frameworks are gaining.
Angular, currently in version 8, is a front-end, heavyweight application maintained by the company, Google. Angular is an MVC system (Model View Controller) that uses TypeScript, which is a different variant of JS vanilla or ECMA script. Angular is recommended because it gives us many useful tools and ready-made implementations from among its rivals for business applications, Vue and Reacts.
Reacting is perhaps the most talked-about system in the world at the front end because it has such a large group. This also makes it much simpler when it comes to phones. This is different from Vue because while the learning curve in React is high, you can create excellent applications once you know how to manage the syntax and ways to work with it.
Ember is a platform that aims to help developers build complex web applications, bringing ready code and resources. Ember is not spoken in the culture as commonly as Vue and Respond, but is an excellent structure.
Nuxt.js is a popular server-side-rendering system based on Vue.js and Node.js. This framework for developing web applications is extremely powerful, but while it is powerful, it has the same markup as Vue which makes it simple and easy to work with. Nuxt also has an open-source, with over 22k stars in GitHub, and is the first to build server-side apps for those using Vue.js.
GridSome is another powerful Vue.js-based framework. Gridsome is designed to use Vue syntax for Static Site Generator as well as GraphQl to create powerful, fast websites, and apps can also work with markdown.
This list is an overview of frameworks not a judgment of the best or the worst. What did you think of our top list for 2020, agree or disagree? Leave it in the comments, we’d love to discuss it.