1. Angular Top-Ranked-
The angular JS is the most famous and widely used framework. It rose to the prominence in 2015-16 and 2017 is also going to witness its might.
Angular.js is a Model-View-Whatever framework and is best suitable for the new startups and mid-sized enterprises. It provides quick code production, easy testing of mobile version and two-way data binding (Any changes in the backend is quickly reflected on the front-end). Angular.js is called the most reasonable framework for the development of single-page applications and has the largest community of developers supporting it.
Both the angular frameworks are a suitable option for enterprise-based application development with efficient programming environments and higher standards for code reusability.
We can say that ReactJS is more of a library than a framework. Some biggest websites like Facebook and Instagram use ReactJS for their user interface. It shows the value of ReactJS that it is quite suitable for the high-traffic applications.
It uses the virtual DOM (Document Object Model) which gives it a significant performance boost in comparison to other JS frameworks. One additional advantage is that its components can be created and reused among different applications and even transferred for public use.
ReactJS has made application development straightforward, and easy to understand. It is perfectly suitable for complex, high-load and business-friendly software solutions.
Vue.js came into the scene in 2016 only and it is an amalgamation of best features from Ember, React and Angular putting together in a single useful package. It is faster and leaner in comparison to React and Angular 2.0.
Vue.js offers various functional abilities like two-way binding (same as Angular JS), server-side rendering (same as Angualar2 and ReactJS), and Vue-cli (scaffolding tool).
Vue.js can be a suitable choice for an agile development of cross-platform solutions. It can also be used at the platform for single page applications it is highly beneficial for those applications where performance and speed are considered important than code organization.
It features two-way data binding, like Angular.js, keeping user Interface and backend code in a sync. It ensures quick server-side rendering of DOM thus enhancing the performance of complex User Interfaces.
Some of the top most organizations use Ember.js for their web development.
For example, LinkedIn, NetFlix, Kickstarter, Chipotle, Blue Apron, and Nordstrom are their top users.
Many large business companies like IKEA, Honeywell, and Mazda are using Meteor.js for their real-time application development.
If we look closely then all the available framework provide some basic and common benefits which can help faster and efficient web development-