But the questions that crosses the mind of almost every frontend developer are: “Which framework to use?” and “What library to follow?” I am going to try and help you answer these questions.
There is no clear answer when it comes to selecting a framework and choosing a particular one depends on your requirement as each one offers different features. In this article let us have a look at Angular & React.
Being an opinionated framework Angular offers all the features required for development like routing, templates, etc. and you don’t have to rely on other tools for development.
Angular is an expressive language which means it requires you to type out very little code when compared to other frameworks and libraries. Angular provides very little flexibility and the inclusion of the aforementioned features means it is big in size and isn’t suitable for lightweight applications that may not benefit from the features it has to offer. Angular works with the Real DOM, which affects the performance of the application especially for a dynamic application.
React uses Virtual DOM which improves the efficiency of the application and speed. Redux, a state container can be implemented in React which helps you manage the state of the application and thereby determining how the application behaves.