Monday, 1 April, 2024 UTC


One of the hardest parts of building software is choosing your technology stack. You have to pick a tool or framework to get started, but you can’t know its real capabilities until you’ve worked with it for a while. It’s a Catch-22, and prototyping only helps so much. There is a tendency to stick to the same familiar technologies you’ve used in the past, but this has obvious drawbacks, including missing out on important innovations.
This article is an overview and comparison of the leading front-end JavaScript frameworks at the time of this writing. We’ll start with a look at the field, discuss the reasons you might need a new framework, and then look at each of the 10 frameworks in this list in detail, including a feature-by-feature comparison that you can download for future reference.
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