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Top 9 Best Javascript Framework In 2022

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Best Javascript Framework

There are over a hundred of JavaScript frameworks today but do all of them deserve more attention? We can’t tell which technology will rule the software development industry five years from now but we can assume which ones will continue to be the top JavaScript frameworks in the nearest future based on the current trends.

#1 Angular

Angular offers all the necessary features and since Google is behind it, it’s easy to trust this technology.
Pros

  • Vast ecosystem
  • High quality code generation
  • Elegant programming style

Cons

  • It requires much effort to learn
  • It still undergoes many changes.

Useful for

  • Single-page applications
  • Mobile apps
  • Web apps
  • Chrome extensions
  • Big enterprise apps
  • Company dashboards.

#2 React

Here is another top JS framework by a tech giant – Facebook released React six years ago. It is very similar to Angular, however, it surpasses the Google framework by almost all factors.

Pros

  • It’s very flexible
  • Creates files of small sizes
  • You can combine it with other top JavaScript frameworks.

Cons

  • In most cases, devs need to know additional tools for full coding
  • Difficulty of the learning curve depends on your experience and knowledge
  • Documentation is not optimized.

Useful for

  • Single-page applications
  • Handling the view layer of an app
  • Creation of reusable UI components
  • Large web applications.

#3 Vue

This framework saw the dev industry back in 2014 and with time, it has become very widespread. Vue takes pretty much the best of JS frameworks and mixes it in a single technology.

Pros

  • Small and quick ecosystem
  • Simple code structure
  • Ease of integration with other apps
  • Flexibility.

Cons

  • The set of tools is limited
  • Most of the guides are in Chinese and the English-speaking community is small so far.

Useful for

  • Building UI
  • Single-page apps
  • Improving existing apps (Performance, UI,…)
  • Complex apps.

We have a great comparison of Vue vs Ember vs Angular, if you are interested, read the article.

#4 Express.JS

While this framework remains rather minimal, it offers all the required tools devs need to create web and mobile apps. When it comes specifically to Node based web apps, Express.JS guarantees rapid development.

Pros

  • Full control over external behavior and data access levels
  • Fast and easy development
  • Effortless to integrate other solutions
  • Easy learning curve.

Cons

  • You need to understand the middleware plug-ins
  • Sometimes the template code makes the process more complex.

Great for

  • Off-frame development
  • Web apps
  • REST API
  • Dynamic rendering of HTML pages.

#5 Ember.JS

This is one of the oldest frameworks that will remain popular, simply because many devs are still used to it. Ember is excellent for developing complex apps, partly because it is strictly organized.

Pros

  • High scalability
  • Support of URL-oriented development
  • Huge community
  • Structured and clear documentation.

Cons

  • Slowly rendering
    Issues with the testing process

Great for

  • Large web-based apps
  • Complex ecosystems
  • Client-side apps.

#6 Mithril

This client-side framework is tiny and rapid. The demand for Mithril dev seems to grow, so even though it might not be as popular as other frameworks on this list, we expect it to be widely used in the next year.

Pros

  • It’s easy to learn
  • Very flexible
  • It offers an intelligent Auto-Redrawing system

Cons

  • Its sizes small only when zipped
  • It doesn’t look so appealing when parsed and evaluated
  • Not too popular

Useful for

  • Single-page apps
  • Complex user interfaces
  • Streaming services
  • Any web-based app.

#7 Svelte

It is not too well known yet, it is very promising. Its idea is that Svelte will be the only tool developers need to create the code, this unique approach gives this framework all chances to become one of the most used technologies.

Pros

  • No need to write code for a framework
  • Allows creating independent apps
  • Small size file
  • A completely new approach to the development
  • Short learning curve.

Cons

  • Small community
  • Limited set of features.

Useful for

  • Framework-independent apps
  • Creating basically any web app.

#8 Aurelia

Aurelia is built upon smaller modules. It’s designed this way to provide developers with a possibility to choose either only those modules they require or leverage the framework as a whole.

Pros

  • Low learning curve and
  • Universality.

Cons

  • Small community

Useful for

  • Projects that require maximum flexibility.

#9 Meteor

Finally, the last but not least comes a famous NodeJS framework.

Pros

  • It is full-stack: meaning it enables you to create both back-end and front-end of your application
  • Ease of use
  • Speeds up the development process.

Cons

  • Documentation could have been better.

Useful for

  • Small, reactive applications.

Sure you need quite a lot of experience and expertise to choose the correct solution for your project. The EZtek team has worked and is continually working on complex projects for top brands. That’s why here at EZtek, we can quickly determine which work will be the best fit for a project. So, don’t hesitate to contact us!

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