AngularJS happens to be an open-source web application development framework form Google.
Development of newer HTML elements is possible, usage of ‘components’ to develop and save code chunks for future use. What’s more, it tests, tests, tests like no one’s business.
A drawback with this is that it is difficult to learn. Still, this one is pretty popular.
It has certain scoring points over the Angular: it’s comparatively easy to learn (borrows generously from older JS libraries/frameworks), without dirty checking/binding bottleneck problems either (bind based on your need).
Known to be a clean framework.
It is considered tailor-made for developing web based applications and responsive sites as well. It accompanies a CSS grid system, breakpoints, and brings to the table some utility features, e.g. API functions and standardization of browser styles.
It makes use of the web components concept with a goal to broaden HTML capacities. On the off chance that that helps you to remember Angular, it’s deliberate.
Polymer brings superpowers and structure to customary HTML components.
This come from the house of Facebook and Instagram.
This JS system facilitates creation of complicated and expansive dynamic applications easily. What amount of ease? We mean to say top of the line rendering of high-performing (and complex) Uis.
That’s ReactJS for you.