Best Front End Frameworks in 2019

Everyday is filled with growing trends and with those come new framework new tech..... with so many framework it gets really difficult for Developers to choose one they are going to invest there time and efforts. Worry not today we'll help you to find Framework suited for you.

When you choose a framework be sure to analyze it from both a user's and developer's perspective. Those features cover design and features, testing and many more features...


React is a front-end JavaScript based framework created and developed by Facebook. The main objective was to create a high performance UI. React was create by Jordan Walke, who was really influenced by XHP, an HTML component framework for PHP. It was first deployed on Facebook's newsfeed in 2011. Later on in Feb 2015 Front End Frameworks in 2019 was released for Android and IOS development with react. On April 18, 2017 , Facebook announced React Fiber, a new core algorithm for building UI with React. The Latest release React 16.8 was on February 16, 2019 introducing React Hooks. 

Besides Facebook many companies like Instagram and Netflix have also adopted to React, which has optimized there web performance and development efficiency too.

To Decide if react is the framework that you wanna use you can look into following pros and cons:  


  • Virtual DOM : React.js makes a efficient virtual DOM known as Document Object Model or vDOM, allowing to create light DOM tree and save it on server-side. While user is interacting with resource , previous and recent version are compared and if mentioned version have diff, the vDOM will be rebuilt.
  • SSR : React,js features provides create isomorphic/universal web apps. It accelerates loads of starting page because users do not need to wait for JavaScript loading before viewing web sites.
  • One-way Data binding : It is always easily seen changing data place. Its helps to monitor, to debug React's self-contained components fast, especially in large applications.


  • Learning Curve : React has relatively long learning curve , it is unlikely to learn it in just a day or two. 
  • Documentation : React being maintained by data giant like Facebook has lot of high pace development with new features and updates posted every now and then , it becomes very tough to find all of the information in highly detailed manner.

Vue.js is one of the best framework to get started quickly, it is very light weight and has very small learning curve. It was created by Evan You, in feb 2014. With its latest release on 2.6.10 on march 20, 2019 codenamed Macross. Its an excellent framework if you wanna learn something productive relatively fast or quickly develop small scale projects. Below we will discuss all the pro and cons of vue.js 


  • Templates : Vue uses an HTML based template syntax that allows binding the rendered DOM to underlying Vue instance data. ALl Vue templates are valid HTML taht can be parsed by spec-compliant browsers and HTML parses.
  • Reactivity : Vue has a very reactive system by which use plain JavaScript objects and optimize re-rendering, where each component is keeping track of their dependencies during their render, so the system can precisely re-render the required components.
  • Transitions : Vue has variety of ways to insert transitions effect when any item or component is inserted updated or removed from the DOM.


  • Too much flexibility always bring up some kind of irregularities in the code. All the web engineers can contribute to its development giving it a bit too much of flexibility, causing some certain irregularities.
  • Even when all the web engineers can contribute to its development, it has a very small team of official developers.
Last but not even close to least, angular is backed by the data giant Google, with many new version being re-written version of AngularJS. It has been released with many new features and logic completely different than its predecessor AngularJS. 

Angular is a one-stop solution and among the previously mentioned framework React and Vue, only Angular is a truly a framework on its own rather than being just suite of libraries. It becomes easier for the developer to focus on the development rather than looking for more libraries for the task needed.

It does have a bit of learning cure with the typeScript but becomes very easier to develop big scale front-end projects.


  • TypeScript : is the core language of angular based and compiling to JavaScript, making improved navigation and faster performance for web developers.
  • Performance : Angular provides very high performance web app, being developed by Google, it comes with angular universal for server side rendering and seo optimization.
  • Ecosystem : No doubt the eco-system build around angular by Google is "HUGE", with its ever growing development and community support it is no doubt has established a very organized eco-system.


  • Learning Curve : TypeScript sure is useful once you get used to it but the learning curve is pretty steep and take hefty time to learn, so keep that in mind before starting with angular.
  • CLI : The CLI does provide nice functionality but for a beginner that may not be the case as what angular lacks in documentation is the cli.

Final Conclusion...

As one would expect there is no "Best Framework" out there each framework comes with there own pro's and con's, its up to you what you wanna work with, kind of web app you wanna build and language you are comfortable with amount of time you wanna invest will be the ultimate factor deciding which framework is best for you. Stay tuned for more articles. Peace!!