What is AngularJS?
In 2009, Google launched AngularJS, an open-source framework that is just the right technology for single-page applications development. It has a great set of libraries and features that can be used to make single-page applications into enterprise-level apps.
AngularJS is a bit complicated in terms of learning because they have deployed a complicated component system which eventually makes the development smoother for programmers.
According to a survey, the top 1M websites have used/transferred to AngularJS over the last five years.BuiltWith
Features of AngularJS
- Inbuilt features like AngularCLI, Extjs, etc. enable developers in creating channels to exchange data
- AngularJS runs the components parallelly to save and optimize the time invested in building the app
- Rendering is faster and happens on the Server-side
- Large community to build projects with and take help from
- It provides forms and validation tools, and since AngularJS remains consistent with technology, it’s easier to build futuristic projects on it too!
- Supports MVC programming structure
In the inception year, Microsoft shipped two standalone web apps that can use the AngularJS framework through an API.
Since then, AngularJS has become one of the fastest-growing networks for all elite third-party services that can easily be integrated into the platform.
No wonder, giants like Google, Forbes, HBO, PayPal, and many others use Angular to run their digital platforms smoothly and securely.
PayPal is being used by thousands of people all around the world to make transactions. Due to its heavy usage, they migrated their checkout system on AngularJS for a seamless user experience.
Upwork caters to more than 145 thousand active users. To maintain their heavy-weight app, they have deployed AngularJS for real-time communication and other time-pressing features.
Nike uses AngularJS to incorporate business logic with the operational ability for an effortless user experience.
What is ReactJS?
ReactJS is famous for building scalable and reusable components that can be used in various ways throughout the program and project.
According to a survey whopping 4 million websites use and run on ReactJS.BuiltWith
As the graph depicts, the owners of the websites have inclined toward AngularJS over the years.
Features of ReactJS
The best part of ReactJS is the learning curve; it isn’t too steep as it is in AngularJS. Other features are just as impressive:
- ReactJS allows users to incorporate and utilize third-party libraries
- Data binding is one-directional, unlike AngularJS, so code stability is undoubtedly excellent
- ReactJS has state containers like Redux for faster development within scalable applications
- The user interface that ReactJS provide is seamless and user-friendly
ReactJS enables developers to create an entire web app on its platform instead of changing frameworks to attain various functionalities.
To develop native apps, the common practice is to use multiple platforms like Java, Swift, and others, but with ReactJS, you can create the same kind of native app with equal security.
That’s why, well-known brands like Instagram, Uber, Airbnb, and obviously Facebook use ReactJS to deploy and sustain secure backend processes.
NetFlix uses ReactJS to improve modularization, and the runtime performance of the platform.
The New York Times incorporated ReactJS for an interesting project where they showcased the red carpet looks of celebs.
Airbnb saved huge time to code by deploying ReactJS. It helped their time and resource that could go into writing code for mobile since React works for both web and mobile, just fine.
Faceoff: AngularJS vs ReactJS
We know that AngularJS is enough to create and compile a standalone application, it is also noteworthy that its learning curve is steep.
While ReactJS is easier to learn and lets programmers use and reuse UI components, it also needs external help in terms of technology to run the app.
If there is only one best framework out there, there is no point in developing and having 24 different frameworks.
That’s why we are here to hear you! Share your next disruptive idea, and let’s find the right technology fit for you.
A flamboyant, hazel-eyed lady, Niyati loves learning new dynamics around marketing and sales. She specializes in building relationships with people through her conversational and writing skills. When she is not thinking about the next content campaign, you'll find her traveling and dwelling in books of any genre!
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