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What's the FASTEST web framework? | Web Framework Comparisons

realtoughcandy profile image RealToughCandy.io ・1 min read

Ever wonder what the fastest web framework is?

In today’s video I’m showing you a GitHub repo that lets you challenge two or more backend frameworks on your command line.

This can be a helpful tool when you’re trying to decide what backend language/framework may be the best for the job.

But don’t worry, I’m also showing you the fastest frontend frameworks as well!

GitHub repo: https://github.com/the-benchmarker/web-frameworks

Frontend Benchmarks: https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/a-realworld-comparison-of-front-end-frameworks-with-benchmarks-2019-update-4be0d3c78075/


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Benchmarks are kinda useless. There will always be something that is faster than your current stack but that doesn't mean you change your stack.
I feel that if I am well versed in X then I will stick with X, rather than shifting to Y to save a few milliseconds.

 

Remember kids: the fastest JS frontend framework is no frontend framework. Only SPA if you need to 😁

 

I did a similar comparison at pianomanfrazier.com/post/comparing... I'm wondering why the results of our bundle sizes are so different. Also, I took into account the number of network requests to get the app across the wire.

 
 

Nice comparison - thanks for including some new frameworks! I can’t wait to see who the next big player becomes - I’m thinking Svelte/Sapper...

 

This is really cool! It's quite a trigger to look at Svelte. My only wish would be having the actual comparison text be copied hereto (if you'rethe one who wrote it), rather than pasted as a link. :)