Despite its waning popularity, Angular is still a favorite among many organizations thanks to its mobile performance and the ability to develop both web and mobile apps on the same frontend framework.
Vue.js is a powerful front-end framework takes the best parts of many other frameworks and bundles them up into a cohesive, digestible whole.
Trails is a modular web framework that allows you to swap out components (even the server) so you can easily extend your app with reusable trail-packs.
Nodal is an easy to use framework for creating REST APIs very easily, primarily through the use of code generators.
Adonis embraces the architecture & design patterns Laravel advocates and brings them to node.js.
Best suited to those who are not just interested in building stateless REST APIs but those who also wish to do server-side applications.
What makes Strapi unique is its dashboard, which gives you to ability to build your API via a web interface and the resulting code is synced down to your computer.
MobX makes developers lives easier by automatically deriving everything that can be derived from an application state, from UI all the way to server communications.
Omniscient encourages small, composable components to help developers to build functional UIs and enabling a more static model of development.
Ractive’s biggest draw is its ability to create interactive application like experience within the browsers and making it feel seamless.
Mercury is modular front-end framework that provides a number of pre-built, fully reactive and responsive web modules and components.
70% of the world’s websites have come to rely on this tiny library, making the whole web a fully interactive experience.
Socket is feature rich with fully functional real-time communication between the client and the server instant messaging platforms, interactive document collaboration, real-time stats for your apps and projects (analytics), and so much more.
Google’s Polymer is all about fast and modern web design through the ability to create and reuse web components.
One of the most widely used open-source frameworks in the world today thanks to its scalability and versatility.
Meteor has revolutionized web development by front-end and back-end development a unified, complexity-less experience.
Ember a simple yet powerful framework that helps developers to build complex large-client-side applications.
Aurelia is a next generation web development module like framework consisting of several small and big libraries that can be used either together, or separately.
Knockout’s strength is in its flexibility. It can easily adapt to any other available framework and has powerful features like declarative bindings, automatic UI refresh, dependency tracking, and templating features.
Keystone is a full-fledged Content Management System (CMS) framework available built the support of Express.js and MongoDB.
Stapes is a great framework with primary focus is on class creation, custom events, and data methods.
Fabric is a framework that makes it easy to work with HTML5 canvas element, allowing you to create and populate objects on canvas.
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