The front-end development MVC (Model–view–controller) framework is easy to learn and use despite being powerful. AngularJS is most suited for and used in single-page applications.
AngularJS code is easy to test, maintain, and reuse. This makes the implementation of the open-source framework really fast. This means any changes required in coding at some point in time can be quickly done. Errors are detected as the code is being typed.
AngularJS lets you extend HTML vocabulary for your application. The resulting environment is extraordinarily expressive, readable, and quick to develop.
While using the mix-and-match approach of multiple frameworks, ReactJS makes it easy by providing hooks that let you interface with other libraries and frameworks. Declarative views make your code more predictable and easier to debug.
PreactJS was created as an alternative to ReactJS with a size of 3kb. It is so small that your application code would form a larger part. From buttons to data providers, Virtual DOM components make it easy to share reusable.
Preact’s design lets you seamlessly use thousands of components that are already available in the React ecosystem. PreactJS can be used to build certain parts of an app without complex integration.
It facilitates scalable, single-page web applications with minimal coding. EmberJS can be used to create unique desktop and mobile apps as well. It lets you build even complex front-end web applications quickly.
Designed with developer ergonomics in mind, its friendly APIs help developers efficiently get the job done. Ember.js is built for productivity. With more frameworks being added, developers have more options and they can easily use multiple of these during development.