There is confusion when one has to pick up the right framework or library for the project. Angular and ReactJs are the topmost priority but still, most of them are unable to decide which one would be good for one’s project.
Let’s have a quick introduction of Angular and ReactJs:
AngularJs was developed by Google and was initially released in 2010. Until 2016 it used to be called as AngularJs. ReactJs is developed and maintained by Facebook. It was released in 2013.
What is Angular?
What is React Js?
Key Features of React:
- Allows one to use 3rd party libraries
- Simplicity and Composable
- Fully supported by Facebook
- Better user experience and very fast performance
- Faster development
- Code stability with one-directional data binding
- React components
Key Features of Angular:
- Built-in support for AJAX, HTTP, and observables
- Large community support
- Consistent with the technology
- Typescript offers efficiency
- Cleaner and crisp coding
- Enhanced support for error handling
- Seamless updates using Angular CLI
- Forms DOM/ local CSS
- UI and business logic separation
Advantages of React:
Here, are the pros/benefits of using React:
- Easy to learn because of its simple design
- The HTML like syntax which allows templating, and highly detailed documentation.
- Enhance support for server-side rendering, making it a robust framework for content-focused applications.
- Migrating between versions is in React.
- Skills learned in React can be applied to native development.
Which is better?
Both React and Angular Js are great options with respect to single-page applications. However, both of them are also entirely different instruments. There might be statements like React is better than Angular or also vice versa.
Whatever may be one’s perception of the discussion about React vs. AngularJs, one needs to make choices based on the requirement of functionality and usability.