Javascript is an object-oriented computer programming language commonly used to create interactive effects within web browsers. It is a scripting language developed by Netscape to let programmers design interactive sites. Javascript can...

Javascript is an object-oriented computer programming language commonly used to create interactive effects within web browsers. It is a scripting language developed by Netscape to let programmers design interactive sites. Javascript can interact with HTML source code, enabling programmers to load their sites with dynamic content. 

As a developer, you will feel very comfortable with JavaScript Frameworks. Instead of memorizing and writing code, you can include the libraries from the framework. Instead of worrying, you can focus your time and energies on developing awesome interactive elements for your apps.


  6. SKEL
  10. VUE.JS


  1. ANGULAR.JS :-

AngularJS is open-source web application development framework introduced in 2009 by Google. AngualrJS is used for dynamic web apps. It basically extends HMTL, and offers extremely robust features, such as deep linking and client side form validation, without the requirement of additional JavaScript code. This tool has the best codes that are easy to understand and learn. This framework is a templating engine that helps to develop UI’s for mobile applications and web pages.

  1. REACT.JS:-

React is an open-source JavaScript most popular framework which is used by Facebook, Instagram and many more. React is maintained by Facebook, Instagram and a community of individual developers and corporations, and aims to address challenges encountered in developing single-page applications. This JS framework allows you to build complicated and large-scale dynamic apps with ease. 


  1. EMBER.JS:-

This is one of the more popular MVC JavaScript frameworks. It was initially released in 2011 as open source JS framework. You can develop rich and interactive web applications with ease. In the field of two-way data binding, Ember scores just as well as Angular. It is an open-source client-side JavaScript web application framework predicated on the model-view-controller (MVC) software architectural pattern. It helps developers to make scalable single-page applications by incorporating best practices into a framework that provides useful object model, computed properties, automatically-updating templates powered by its own template library, HTML Bars , and a router for managing application state. 



Backbone.JS is used by Walmart, Pinterest, Twitter, Pandora Radio, etc. It is the most useful tool that is made to offer a wide variety of facility. It gives the required stability. There are collection of rich API’s with this framework. It has no two-way bindings .Backbone will remind you a lot of jQuery, with its huge community and many, many plugins and extensions. For simple apps for beginners. Experienced developers can still create some pretty fantastic apps with it. But we have more feature-packed options in the race and we’re spoilt for choices already.


This framework is newly launched and getting fame for its coolest features. This is a MVVM (model-view-view-model) framework. It allows two way data bindings. It is developed on plain JavaScript, without any external dependencies. It is cute and lightweight. It is especially proficient at data binding. It’s easy to use and get started. Knockout serves well for single page applications, especially as a library.


  1. SKEL :

It is ideal for building web applications and responsive websites. It comes with a CSS grid system, breakpoints, and offers some fantastic features, such as API functions and normalization of browser styles.

  1. METEOR.JS :-

 Meteor has grown from a simple idea into a fully functional project that is useful to thousands of developers. It has in many ways revolutionized the developed of real-time mobile and web applications that can be built from within a singular development interface. Any web application built with Meteor is also automatically compatible with mobile devices — to the point where you can convert your existing web apps into mobile apps and publish them on the most popular mobile app stores.



Polymer.JS was released in 2013 by Google. It uses the concept of web components with an objective to extend HTML capabilities. If that reminds you of Angular, it’s intentional. Polymer gives superpowers and structure to custom HTML elements.


Aurelia is a self-proclaimed next generation web development framework that primarily focuses on making web development a creative process. Perhaps what makes Aurelia next-generation is the fact that it has been built purely with ES6 (the latest JS standard) and also incorporates some of the available ES7 (the next JS standard) features already, whilst retaining the ability to function on all modern browsers. The framework is built upon a module-like framework, meaning that it consists of several small and big libraries that can be used either together, or separately depending on the requirements of the kind of application that you are building.

  1. VUE.JS:-

Vue.js is very modest when it comes to describing itself as a framework. This framework works with MVVM design. It has data–reactive components with easy and compatible API.Vue is leveraged by AngularJS, ReactJS, and other advanced frameworks. Vue is for developing and creating modern and sleek web interfaces. Up until very recently, it was still a beta project, but October 2015 marked the released of the V1 which means that Vue is ready for real-world development, and so many are already sharing their insights and experiences with the framework.














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