Choosing Right Javascript Development Framework: AngularJS vs React vs Ember

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  • Some exclusive features of the framework makes AngularJS the framework suitable for large enterprises.
  • Rachit Agarwal Choosing Right Javascript Development Framework: AngularJS vs React vs Ember 11.22.2016
  • Ember has positioned itself as a framework for ambitious projects but unfortunately it is not built for mega corporations.
  • To determine which framework is right for you depends on evaluating your applicationâ s needs versus the merits of each framework.
  • Ember framework is a full-featured framework which specializes in making dynamically rendered single page applications.

To boost your ability for delivering ambitious and competitive web apps, choosing the right JavaScript framework which best suit your project’s needs becomes quintessential. Though there exist many libraries which are been around like Backbone and Knockout, but gradually their popularity is decreasing. Big three web frameworks Ember, AngularJS, and React, are been discussed here. There are many client side frameworks. Also, new entrants like Aurelia are also in the queue. AngularJS, Ember and React must definitely be your choice if you are bent for creating web apps as these are the safest players that offer active communities and long-term support.
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Build an App with Vue.js: A Lightweight Alternative to AngularJS

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  • The addEvent method first checks to make sure we at least have a value present for event.name and if so, pushes the event onto the the events array.
  • We’ve already got the button for deleting events set up, lets now create the method that should be called when it is clicked.
  • On the data key, we are registering both the event object that will hold our form data, as well as an empty events array that will be populated with data when the application loads.
  • If we refresh the page, we see that we get the events data displayed and that we can also add in new events.
  • If we didn’t pre-initialize the event object by registering it on the data key, we would still get values from our form as expected.

Front-end frameworks like AngularJS allow us to build out very nice single page applications easily, especially when we become well versed with all the…
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