Below given are some of the frameworks that developers should often use.
1. React JS
React is known to be standing behind the user interface of many popular websites such as Instagram and Facebook. This proves the efficiency of ReactJS in handling high-magnitude traffic in the application that it is used. Although it is the fastest-growing framework in the field of web development, it is not used to its full potential by developers. The good service of React is only possible because of the usage of virtual DOM which gives a great performance boost when compared to Angular.
2. Inferno JS
Vue.Js was introduced back in 2016 which had its roots in Ember. It doesn’t use the average virtual DOM implementation. Vue.JS provides optimized re-rendering services that keep track of each component in its reactivity dependencies during the render. It is also compatible with cross-platform development. VueJS basically targets the frontend section of the website that includes some Angular and React.
4. Meteor JS
Meteor is an open-source and free framework that implements nodes making it useful for both client-side and server-side. It is fast, interactive, easy to set up, flexible and allows the developer to build real-time UI updates. It is even easy for beginner programmers because it works in one language. It can give the developer flexibility to use one language for both client-side and server-side without changing context between Java/PHP/Python.
5. Node JS
NodeJS uses non-blocking, event-driven I/O to keep the code simple, lightweight and efficient. It is a great framework implemented on server-side API. The codes are also reusable and can be used to develop a multi-user application. It is a great framework that can be used for scalable and fast network applications and is capable of handling a lot of concurrent connections.
6. Ember JS
Ember is also an open-source JS framework that is compatible with large and small scale web applications. It can also get a bit confusing if not implemented as per the guidelines. But it also has the lightweight attribute that makes it efficient. EmberJS has a two-way data binding just like Angular. In simple words, Ember keeps both view and model in sync at all times.