|SEO Friendly||Not as many Features|
|Components can be Reused||Documentation not as clear|
|Decent load times||JSX can be overwhelming|
React is also component-based, allowing you to reuse the code you wrote before.
Vue is not as popular as React but still makes quite remarkable considering it was only developed in 2014. It is extremely Lightweight, only using up to 18k of storage if installed as a zip. By far the easiest framework to learn(followed by React).
|Fast||Not suitable for larger projects|
|Extremely Lightweight||Lack of experienced developers|
AngularJS: Best for building Larger Projects
AngularJS is the framework in a popular technology stack called the MEAN stack.
- M – MongoDB
- E – ExpressJS
- A – AngularJS
- N – NodeJS
|Good for bigger projects||Really Complex|
|Use of typescript||Large learning curve|
NodeJS: Most active community
NodeJS is a popular backend framework that is heavily used by lots of developers worldwide. It’s highly scalable and open-source, making it one of the best backend frameworks on this list.
|Fast||Difficult to maintain|
NodeJS is not a frontend framework, meaning that you would need to pair it up with a frontend framework to make any proper website, but it’s quite a decent backend framework used by millions of developers worldwide.
Lit: The lightweight framework
|Small and lightweight||Not as popular|
|Beginner friendly||Not as feature-rich|
Lit is not as widely used as the other frameworks on this list, to be honest, I have never heard of it before researching this article. But after looking at its documentation and testing it out myself, I believe Lit is still a decent framework.
|Best if you want a lightweight framework||Lit, Vue|
|Best if you want a popular framework||React, Vue|
|Best if you want to find a job||React|