The architecture of Angular and React Framework
Creating project architecture based on React, will require multiple integrations and supporting tools for integration.
The Rendering Process
Angular performs the client-side rendering; however, it can be rendered on the server-side as well as using node.js; on the other hand, rendering is done on the server-side in the case of React.
Websites Built on Angular
The websites built using these frameworks are:
YouTube: The world’s largest video sharing platform owned by Google.
PayPal: The most popular online payment application website that is running on angular.
Walmart: The multinational retail corporation.
Gmail: Email service platform.
Websites Built on React.JS
Facebook: Facebook is the developer of React and Facebook, also uses React a well.
Instagram: Photo sharing platform.
WhatsApp: Cross-platform messaging app.
Airbnb: Here, people can book their stay for their vacations.
- Clean and well-structured code
- Offers high performance
- A material design like interface
- Take care of routing
- For hybrid mobile application development, the ionic framework uses
- Ionic provides a robust UI component library
- Two-way data binding
- Angular uses the browser’s DOM (Document Object Model).
- It is a full-fledged framework.
- It provides more established enterprise projects.
- Need complex configuration and set-up when integrating with MVC framework like Rail.
- React’s users should have in-depth knowledge concerning the integration of the user interface into the MVC framework.
- React native platform is useful for creating native mobile applications.
- One-way data binding
- The react uses the Virtual DOM (Document Object Model).
- React is a library, not a full-fledged framework.
- It requires writing more code
- Jasmine and Karma etc. used as a testing framework.
- A single tool uses for the complete testing project
- Jest or Enzym is used as the testing framework
- It doesn’t require any configuration to use, and it is included in every React project
- Set of the tool is used for a different set of testing
Business Benefits of Angular
Why Entrepreneurs like Angular for their Business
- Angular is one of those frameworks that can work productively with various back-end languages and combine business logic and UI.
- Angular provides a cost-effective front-end for their product that will let them win large audiences and make money.
- Enterprises look to build cross-platform solutions with Angular because it’s easy to imitate real native applications.
- Its framework is compatible with various back-end programming languages to display gathered data in the UI efficiently.
- Angular progressive web application solutions can run across mobile platforms.
- It is providing more lightweight and fast-speed web applications with Lazy-Load Modules. This feature reduces the size of the initially loaded application to speed up the application.
- It allows designing complex and user-friendly UI designs and back-end.
- Angular comes packed with all the core features to make it more scalable and responsive for complex projects.
- Requires fewer tools and components to integrate with other features.
- It is more flexible and vast than React in development and integrations.
Author: SVCIT Editorial
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