In the latest version of Angular, the team is planning to make the Angular Ivy compiler available for all apps. A great benefit of Angular Ivy is that it is able to reduce the size of applications.
Angular has become uber-advanced and modular when one wants to use it for front-end development. Previously you could insert a link to the AngularJS library in the main HTML file, but now you can do the same by installing separate modules.
Angular has faced a couple of challenges along the line. You are obliged to use TypeScript to ensure type safety in Angular apps. TypeScript makes the Angular 2+ framework not very pleasant to work with.
MeteorJS serves the name itself as it covers almost the significant portion of the software development landscape. From persons who are involved in back-end development, management of the database to business logic, and rendering of the front-end use this framework.
Vue.js was developed in the year 2016. Vue has made its way into the market swiftly and has proven its worth by offering a plethora of features. It has a dual integration mode which is one of the most attractive features for the creation of high-end SPA or Single Page Application. If you want to develop for cross-platform, Vue is the ideal choice for it.
Svelte can be called as a radical new approach for building user interfaces. Traditional frameworks like React and Vue which we discussed earlier do the bulk of their work in the browser. On the other hand, Svelte shifts that work to a compile step that happens when you build your app. Svelte writes code that surgically updates the DOM when the state of your app changes in place of using techniques such as virtual DOM diffing.