1. Angular JS
3. Node Js
Though operating on a single-thread, Node JS, the open source runtime system processes multiple requests of concurrent connections, one event after the other. Main applications where NodeJS is useful are Data streaming, Proxy, API on top of an Object Database, Chat, making it one of the most sought after tools for enterprise software development.
4. Ember JS
The framework allows developers to develop applications at a quick rate. The tool’s router is highly efficient and with each router you get URL’s and a default working back button. The API is easy to use, open source, has an MVVM pattern and allows developers to create scalable web apps. Developers combine Ember js and Rails to enjoy more freedom, flexibility to create rich codes on interactive web apps. Developers mostly use it to create single-page web apps, it being a client-side framework.
8. Polymer JS
Redux is a predictable state container for JS apps that behave consistently, run in different environments and are easy to test. Redux works well with React or any other view library, and provides a remarkable developer experience. Redux helps in simpler codes by isolating statement from I/O side effects like rendering the view or working with the network. Redux is very easy to follow and test business logic because it doesn’t get all tangled up with network requests and DOM updates.
10. Angular 2
Angular 2 is the next version of one of the most popular frameworks in the world, Angular, a collection of modules that comes together within modules). The framework is mainly used for building complex frameworks in the browser. It comes with almost everything that developers need to build complicated web or mobile apps and is equipped with powerful templates, data managements, HTTP services, form handling, quick rendering and so on. The Bottomline Choosing the right tool would of course depend on the features you want them to have. Go through the functionalities of each of them and decide which can be utilised for your development project.
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