In this article, I will explain the present top five most popular front-end frameworks: Angular, React, Backbone, Ember, and Vue.
Angular includes platform-agnostic functions, developed for speed and performance, incredible tooling, simple to use, and excels at building dynamic single page Web apps (SPAs) and supports the Model View Controller (MVC) programming structure.
AngularJS is part of the MEAN (mongoDB, express, AngularJS, and node) Stack; it builds powerful applications such as Gmail. The modularity and code organization of the Angular framework make it great for dividing up large-scale work with a team. Modularity also makes testing and debugging easier. Angular can handle heavy user interaction via forms. AngularJS also works well with the ASP.NET framework and C# language on the back end of a site.
React has a big community of developers in GitHub and Stack Overflow.
Some of the most complex features that can be implemented using Vue are to build tooling, routing, and perform state management. The Vue core library is focused on the view layer only, and is easy to pick up and integrate with other libraries or existing projects.