ReactJS vs AngularJS 2 ultimate performance research 2017

  • Note: Among all the Angular 2 features, the availability of MVC pattern out-of-the-box is a significant advantage over React.
  • Having really straightforward UI for your data, Angular allows you to get the end result with the more intuitive approach to the user interface that demands less code and seems to be more ‘obvious’.
  • However, starting from the second version, Angular developers have fixed that issue transferring its rendering model to the server side.
  • As you know, Angular creates a watcher for every binding in order to track all the changes in DOM.
  • We had a little meeting related to React vs Angular question during which our front-end developers had an opportunity to discuss all the pros and cons of these technologies.

These frameworks take top places in our commercial projects. This month, we analyzed their performance and prepared a guideline for web developers in 2017 aimed to help in solving React vs Angular battle.
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ReactJS vs AngularJS 2 ultimate performance research 2017

  • Note: Among all the Angular 2 features, the availability of MVC pattern out-of-the-box is a significant advantage over React.
  • Having really straightforward UI for your data, Angular allows you to get the end result with the more intuitive approach to the user interface that demands less code and seems to be more ‘obvious’.
  • However, starting from the second version, Angular developers have fixed that issue transferring its rendering model to the server side.
  • As you know, Angular creates a watcher for every binding in order to track all the changes in DOM.
  • We had a little meeting related to React vs Angular question during which our front-end developers had an opportunity to discuss all the pros and cons of these technologies.

These frameworks take top places in our commercial projects. This month, we analyzed their performance and prepared a guideline for web developers in 2017 aimed to help in solving React vs Angular battle.
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Comparing AngularJS and ReactJS for Development

Comparing #AngularJS and #ReactJS for Development   via @cackerman1

  • In the last couple years DashBouquet team had a great number of various projects, among which were the ones on Angular, Angular2 and React.
  • Here is a table, in which we give pros and cons for AngularJS and ReactJS:

    Developers tend to choose Angular over React, which is an advantage because in this scenario, it is more convenient to work with the framework.

  • On the contrary, no such problems appeared while working with Angular2 and React, due to predictable state containers and immutables.
  • As for React and Angular2 cons, one of the biggest issues is lack of good developers.
  • Despite the fact that React is quite small framework, there are still a lot of things for developers to consider: state management, interaction with sever, testing and so on.

Developers tend to choose AngularJS over ReactJS, which is an advantage because in this scenario, it is more convenient to work with the framework.
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ReactJS vs AngularJS 2 ultimate performance research 2017

  • Note: Among all the Angular 2 features, the availability of MVC pattern out-of-the-box is a significant advantage over React.
  • Having really straightforward UI for your data, Angular allows you to get the end result with the more intuitive approach to the user interface that demands less code and seems to be more ‘obvious’.
  • However, starting from the second version, Angular developers have fixed that issue transferring its rendering model to the server side.
  • As you know, Angular creates a watcher for every binding in order to track all the changes in DOM.
  • We had a little meeting related to React vs Angular question during which our front-end developers had an opportunity to discuss all the pros and cons of these technologies.

These frameworks take top places in our commercial projects. This month, we analyzed their performance and prepared a guideline for web developers in 2017 aimed to help in solving React vs Angular battle.
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The State Of JavaScript: Front-End Frameworks – Sacha Greif – Medium

  • The six choices were:Obviously this list is not complete, but I decided from the start to try and keep the survey’s length down even at the cost of being less exhaustive.I did also provide an “other” option asking people to provide any additional frameworks I might’ve missed (more on that later).
  • It will be interesting to see if these results change as more people take the survey, but for now at least it seems clear that apart from newcomer Vue, front-end frameworks don’t really suffer from lack of awareness.InterestThe second thing I wanted to figure out was what image people had of the frameworks they didn’t use: which one did they want to learn, and which ones failed to generate interest?As expected, React takes the lead.
  • Maybe a sign that the trend is going towards lighter-weight, single-purpose libraries?SatisfactionFinally, I wanted to know how happy people were with the frameworks they had used.This would seem to confirm that React and Vue are not all hype: they genuinely provide good developer experiences.You’ll notice I didn’t ask how many people were actually using each framework.
  • Part of it is because I wanted to cut down the survey’s length, but it’s also because I’m not sure how useful raw usage stats would be.For example, I’m willing to bet Angular’s market share is still huge, but would that be reason enough to pick it for your next project, especially knowing that 56% of Angular developers wouldn’t want to use it again?Other FrameworksLike I said, my list of frameworks wasn’t intended to be exhaustive, and I was curious to see which other frameworks people would suggest.As you can see, many people mentioned Aurelia, which took me by surprise as I know very little about it.Quite a few people also mentioned either Meteor (or Blaze, Meteor’s built-in front-end framework), which I had left out of the front-end section since it was already included in the “Full Stack” part of the survey.Knockout seems to still be relatively popular despite its age, as is Cycle, which I’m also pretty unfamiliar with.
  • Protip: if you want to anticipate 2030’s hottest baby name trends, look at JavaScript frameworks!ConclusionsMy main goal with this survey was to make it easier for developers to decide which frameworks to learn and use.Based on the current data, I think it’s safe to say that you can’t really go wrong with React, since it’s extremely widespread and has an above-90% satisfaction percentage.

I’ve been very impressed with the success of my State Of JavaScript survey so far. After barely three days, the survey already has over 3000 responses. So I thought it’d be interesting to see what…
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Upstart JavaScript framework dreams of challenging Angular, React

  • Mithril, for example, offers much quicker library load times and update performance than React, and it has a better learning curve and update performance than Angular.
  • Compared to Vue, Mithril supposedly offers better library load times and update performance.
  • Horie said that the framework feels closer to vanilla JavaScript.
  • The framework hopes to make the learning curve for modern web development as low as possible with its API and tooling requirements.
  • Mithril also offers benefits in relative density, lead developer Leo Horie said.

The open source Mithril framework focuses on performance, size, and density
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