Choosing the right framework
Selecting the right tool is essential for success. Web Designer takes a closer look at which JS framework you should be using
Angular? React? Vue.js? Which is the right one for your project? Web Designer finds out more
When it comes to frameworks there are a myriad of choices with new ones appearing all the time, adding confusion to which one to use. Indeed, frameworks are appearing at such a rate that designers and developers simply don’t have time to learn the intricate workings of the newest addition.
Whatever project you are working on, it is important that you choose the right tools. You or your company may sit in the Angular camp, but what if this isn’t the best tool for the job, or there’s a new framework that might be a better fit? For newcomers to web development, choosing the right one can be a daunting task. For seasoned developers, it might be time to learn something new. The big question is: how do you decide?
Like all good research, the paper reveals the criteria on which it is based. It looks at
popularity, support, performance factors, ecosystem, beyond-the-browser options, IDE and tooling support, companion and CLI tools, licensing, security, and talent pool and resources. The last one being an interesting choice. It looks at how easy it is to hire developers (which indicates how well used a framework is) and how easy it is to learn. See the report at bit.ly/2ga9ayn.