Angular has been written with testing in mind. It helps categorize building blocks of your application in several different categories including: views, services, filters, factories, directives, and controllers. Each building block has a different role and function but all come together to complete the process carried out by the developer.
This year’s hot newcomer is Angular2. It makes it incredibly easy to build modern websites. In Angular2, the component is the core primitive building block of your application. Check out one of our earlier blog posts to start getting familiar with the framework.
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This framework is known to power major sites such as Twitter, Pinterest, Hulu, and Pandora Radio. Unlike other frameworks, Backbone.js allows developers to easily choose what they need template wise and what works best for them on any given project.
With the integration of Fastboot.js module, it allows server side rendering of DOM similar to what React.js does. Ember.js currently uses the template engine Handlebars. This is an extension to the template engine, Mustache. Handlebars completes simple string transformation but doesn’t understand DOM. HTML bars is currently in production and will understand DOM when complete.
Ember.js favours convention over configuration meaning that in place of writing boilerplate code it can infer most of the configuration automatically itself. Ember.js includes an optional data layer and excellent router called ember data.
Ember’s fully fledge data module can integrate well with Ruby-on-Rails backend or other API’s which follow similar conventions. Ember can provide additional support for setting up fixtures for developing against testing and mock API.
For more performance intense applications, it will approach this by comparing virtual DOM to the actual DOM to work out the differences. It will also complete a server side DOM render along with updating selective nodes of browser DOM without the need to render the entire DOM. It brings increased re-usability to the table with its reactive components which can be used across multiple applications or be available for use by the public. Read our blog post about the best resources to learn React.
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