Angular is an open-source front-end development framework supported by Google and is considered for creating dynamic websites and web apps. It is part of
Angular provides enriched development experience through CLI (Command Line Interface) that allows creating projects quickly and producing components and services with one-line commands.
Angular provides Two-way data binding
Angular offers Ionic framework for mobile app development, which comes with a Cordova container and an engaging UI component library. So, the developed application, when viewed on any device, appears like a web inside a native web app container.
As React is JS library; the development speed and throughput
React uses virtual DOM which is mapped to a real DOM that tracks modifications, and updates only modified elements without affecting the other parts of
React supports one-way data binding where child components are not affected when parent components are modified. This type of data binding makes the code more stable but requires additional work to synchronize model and view. Also, it takes more time to configure updates in parent components triggered by changes in child components.
|Architecture||Component based||Component based|
|App size||Relatively small||Relatively small|
|DOM||Real DOM||Virtual DOM|
|Rendering||Client/server side||Client/server side|
|Template||HTML/Typescript||JSX+JS(ES5 and beyond)|
|Data Binding||Two way||One way|
Selection of either of the above JS libraries depends on time and cost estimation.
Angular is good choice when:
React is right fit when:
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