From the analysis on the graph above, obvious is the massive growth in React. Introduced in March of 2013 by Facebook, React has been adopted very rapidly. Part of this is a reflection of its nature; unlike some of the other frameworks in this analysis, React isn’t a full end-to-end solution for building a web application. It’s a well-designed solution to a specific need that many applications have, and it incorporates easily with a number of alternative solutions for other parts of the application. Because of this modular nature, React has spawned a whole ecosystem of related packages that solve the problems of the other parts of an application.
That React is growing faster than other frameworks doesn’t mean that you should go for it. You just need to know what the nature of the project you have at hand and go for the right framework for it. Another thing you need to consider is whether the framework can be depended upon to stick around. For example, Angular is getting its continuous backing from Google while React is getting from Facebook. It means that you don’t have to worry whether they would still be in use in the next couple of years.
There you will see a short and concise review of each framework. You will also see enough graph graphs that I believe would explain better.
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