- Lightweight programming language.
- Made for network-centered applications.
- Open and cross-platform.
- A single code error can stop the entire rendering of code on the website.
- Though some HTML editors support debugging, it is not as efficient as C/C++. In addition to that browser does not show the error in the piece of code thereby coming up with more issues for the developers.
Think of building your study table from scratch, making all the building materials yourself whether it be the wood, glue, screws, etc. That will be one hell of a tedious and time-consuming task, so it’s better to buy ready-made materials and just use them to make the study table instead of first building the materials and then building the study table.
Coding is very similar to. When working on a website you could code every element of the website but there are certain website functions where using a template is more advisable rather than making that website function again.
1. Angular.JS – Developed by Google
- Data synchronization between the model and the view.
- Changes done to the model are displayed instantly in the view
- The use of directives gives developers the power to use functions and create customizable directives.
- Dependency injection is a mechanism that makes the software components depend on each other. In this way, it makes it easier to manage and make better use of it.
- It is built on MVVM(Model-view-view-Model) architecture which allows us to separate data from the view.
- The developer should be aware of MVC, if he is unaware of MVC then he cannot use Angular.
- The framework is designed to work with dynamic apps, so if the app becomes big, more than the potential scalability then it might crash and result in a glitch
2. React.JS – Designed by Facebook
- The development process is Fast and Precise.
- Child elements do not affect parent elements.
- React reuses code components allowing developers to create components that don’t require building again and again.
- Framework counts with a virtual DOM, it transforms the real DOM(Document Object Model)
- Documentation for React could be improved.
- The platform advances faster than what they document.
- The learning curve is like a steep hill, which is not easy to learn.
- The framework uses HTML and the document is combined with DOM.
- Since data is traveling in two ways, it’s easier to allow HTML blocks to communicate faster.
- Easily integrate with other apps and frameworks.
- High reactivity level.
- A fairly small team so no updates.
- No good support.
- This framework comes with Ember-CLI (command-line interface), is a command-line that supports multiple tools such as SaSS and CoffeeScript
- Many templates are available to make the overall UI catchy.
- Includes an inspector for making developers debugging easy.
- . Not at all easy to learn, despite Ember being a useful tool many developers give up on it due to the lack of resources and study materials.
- Companies and developers have to spend a lot of time figuring out how to use Ember.JS.
- Executes quickly therefore are used on big applications.
- The platform is always being well updated and revamped.
- Works for both front as well as back end development.
- Platforms lack a stable API, as the API changes the developers have to make manual changes in the platform.
- Fail to be up to date.
- Unstable API changes.
- Provides a full-stack solution for web developers.
- Numerous packages and libraries which stay up to date.
- Layers between the application and the databases are updated automatically.
- Can use one single language for coding back-end as well as front-end profile.
- Integrating is difficult, does not easily integrate with frameworks.
- Not learner-friendly, not at all easy to learn in the beginning.
- Syncs only with MongoDB. Does not update offline, chances are if you are having a poor to no internet connection it won’t sync itself.