Web applications are becoming increasingly popular in recent times as they allow incredible amounts of functionality and dynamics to be incorporated into a web page without the need to constantly refresh a page to retrieve or update content. Although much more complex than a static web page, there are a multitude of tools that can be used to create such a web application (granted with the ‘know-how’ and skills).
The two most popular frameworks and libraries we will be discussing are React and Angular. Both these frameworks are widely used amongst developers to create dynamic, feature-rich, and interactive web applications. Some of the most popular ‘websites’ that utilise these frameworks are Facebook (React), Netflix (React), Gmail (Angular) and many more.
What is Angular?
Angular is a framework built by Google. It makes use of TypeScript and HTML and is used to build mobile and desktop web applications. It is a framework used for building scalable web applications and has a collection of libraries and features which allow developers to develop and scale projects from small to enterprise-level applications.
What is React?
Angular vs. React