- Tiny Size: Given its tiny size, applications developed in Vue.js are quicker to load and use less bandwidth than heavier applications.
- Virtual DOM: Vue creates an in-memory data-structure cache. When we create a DOM object, a virtual DOM object, or clone, is created. Because of its memory, programmers don’t have to program every detail into every page. Multiple programmers can write code without causing any major changes to the project's roots. This saves developers time and reduces labor cost while creating a fast-running product with a smaller-than-usual footprint.
- Single-file Components: Similar to React, everything in Vue is a component. This improves the efficiency of developing applications and increases load time in high-volume applications.
- Backwards Compatibility: Vue.js is future-proof. Historically, framework updates would often render applications in need of repair. The developers of Vue kept this in-mind by making Vue Version 3 completely backward compatible with Vue 2. This means less maintenance, and web applications that can potentially span decades.
- Desktop: Angular supports development of desktop applications which can be used on a computer even while offline.
- Code Splitting: Applications developed in Angular load the most important parts of their code first, and allow the other features to load second. This makes the start up time of these applications very fast.
- Middleware: This is a part of the program that has access to the database, client request, and the other middlewares. It is the way Express is organized. Middleware-based applications allow offline communication between applications, communicate information in real-time, lower IT costs, and streamline business processes.
- Faster Server-side Development: As opposed to heavier options such as the older DevExpress, Express.js has a lighter footprint and requires less code to develop high-quality applications. Additionally, many features of Node.js can be executed as ready-to-use functions in Express.js. These aspects of Express save the time, frustration, and expense of a heavier framework.
- Tiny Size: Svelte was designed to be exceptionally small, and is the smallest of each of these other frameworks. Small size is important when space is a concern and also increases speed of performance.
- Lack of Virtual DOM: Virtual DOM has its benefits, but so does compiling. Svelte is a compiler. It produces and optimizes code in one step, resulting in quick runtime, smooth transitions, and fast startup. Svelte takes care of updating the DOM without API as the middleman by changing the components themselves.
- Boilerplate-free: Most libraries and frameworks support reusable code using boilerplates and APIs. This reduces the amount of code we need to write, but the reusable code takes up space on the application. Svelte cleverly reduces the amount of code we need to write by getting rid of the boilerplate. It is able to do this because it is a compiler, and is therefore bound by different rules than framework-based software. For more about this feature, head on over to Svelte.
5. Google Web Toolkit
- User-support: Perhaps due to its time on the web, GWT has a larger number of tools and libraries than most other frameworks. This list continues to grow year by year, greatly extending and updating GWT”s features.
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