Community Support and GrowthGoogle and Facebook ensure the growth of their respective frameworks, that is, Angular and ReactJS. They publish updates and releases frequently but remain well maintained in terms of migrations and produce one major update biannually. ReactJS is considered more flexible than the full framework of Angular. Hence, as a set of independent, faster, and evolving libraries, developers are required to remain vigilant on every little module that is no longer supported or maintained by ReactJS. Vue.js particularly makes migration easier with its helper tool. However, it may be problematic in the large app due to the lack of a proper roadmap on versioning and other plans.
Learning curveAngular involves a steep learning curve because as a complete solution, mastering it requires learning associated concepts like TypeScript and MVC. Having said that, though learning Angular takes more time, the investment reaps dividends in terms of understanding front end processes. ReactJS offers a ‘Getting Started’ guide which helps set up in less than an hour. The thorough and complete documentation provides solutions to common issues. The learning curve isn’t as steep because it is not a complete framework and advanced features require the use of third-party libraries. Vue.js is the easiest to learn which is one of the major reasons of its growing popularity. However, its simplicity represents a double-edged sword as it feeds poor code, making it difficult to debug and test.
In conclusionEach parameter involves its standout options, such as
- Flexibility – ReactJS
- TypeScript Coding – Angular
- Clean Coding – Vue.js
- Learning Curve – Vue.js
- Object-oriented – Angular
- Small-scale – Vue.js
- Large-scale – Angular/ReactJS