- Cost — As these frameworks are open source and free, it helps programmers to build custom solutions at a lower cost.
- Event-driven communication: Backbonejs provides event-driven communication between views and models.
- Less code: This framework demands fewer codes, so the code becomes more standard and readable.
- Syncing with backend: The models in Backbonejs will easily sync to the backend with the RESTful APIs support.
Currently, over 35,000+ websites are relying on Vuejs, and companies like Stack Overflow, PlayStation, etc. are using Vuejs for their websites UI.
- Template: Vuejs offers HTML-based templates that compile in with virtual DOM render functions.
- Detailed docs: Developers always prefers the framework that has detailed documentation as it is easy to write their first application.
Node handles multiple requests asynchronously with a non-blocking single-threaded event loop which is well suited for distributed systems that make a lot of network requests.
- Proxy server: Node technology used to proxy servers as it helps in streaming data from different sources.
- No buffering: The applications in Node never buffer any data. This is because the applications output the data in chunks.
- Asynchronous and event-driven: The APIs of Node’s library are asynchronous which means that the server doesn’t wait for an API to return data; thus rendering the data asynchronously giving a faster response to every request.
It is the only library that allows you to create applications by composing. Now the YouTube, Google Play Music, and Netflix are using Nodejs for their web platform.
- Web Components: The web component standards are helpful in the creation of usable widgets in web documentation and application.
- Data-binding: It supports both one-way and two-way data binding.
- Polyfills: Polyfills are web component specifications, used to create customized elements.
Emberjs has the ability to build client-side applications as its architecture comprises the following parts: adapters, components, controllers, helpers, models, routes, services, templates, utils, and add-ons.
- Templates: These in-built Ember’s templates help in making a lot of features possible in Ember like components, outlets, and expressions.
- Addons: This is Ember’s plugin repository that enables the user to deploy any module from this repository that been contributed by the Emberjs developer community. The library includes JSON APIs, caching, AJAX requests.
- CLI: This command-line utility is a visual interface that simply allows users to easily interact with the computer’s operating system.