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Which Javascript framework do you recommend?

I've studied Javascript for a long time. I think it's time to start learning some framework. However, there are many options available, I have many doubts. I would like a recommendation from the Sololearn community. I want to start studying and dedicate a lot of time to being a ninja. However, I am afraid to study a framework that, for some time, will become obsolete. So it would be interesting to recommend a framework that you think promising. Sorry for the mistakes. I'm using the translator. I speak Pt

14th May 2018, 6:42 AM
Klaylton Fernando
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I'd recommend one of these 3 because they are the most popular at the moment, that means their community is larger and therefore you'll find lots of resources to learn from: ■ ANGULAR: It's a powerful framework created and maintained by Google. It has a big learning curve and uses TypeScript and other stuff. ■ REACT: It's a fast library created and maintained by Facebook. Since it's not a framework it's flexible and can be combined with other libraries. It's Angular's direct competitor. ■ VUE: It's the fastest to learn and combines the best practices of Angular and React. It's like it sees the war between Angular and React and takes the best out of that haha. It's easy and lightful. Uses concepts that you already know such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript, that's why it has a smaller learning curve. It's a Progressive Framework. There are other ones that are pretty nice too but not so popular: ■ MARKO: It's faster than Angular and React and it was created and maintained by Ebay. ■ POLYMER: It was created by Google as well and it's currently being used for Youtube. ■ AURELIA ■ EMBER ■ METEOR
16th May 2018, 11:01 PM
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Klaylton Fernando just that you know AngularJS has very few things in common with Angular 2+ (current release is 6). If you want to develop on the latest you'll need to learn Typescript (nothing too complicated it's just superset of JS).
16th May 2018, 6:53 PM
Nikolay Nachev
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You should try most of the popular frameworks and then you can define what your favorite is. Now I learn Angular and I like it.
16th May 2018, 6:12 PM
Igor Makarsky
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The best framework of js according to me would be react.js... It's my personal choice.... After long research on this topic.... This is the one that I can think of... Though Vue.js is also a tough competitor. I hope this is useful....
16th May 2018, 4:16 PM
Shreya Pandey
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React and react native for mobile
16th May 2018, 7:25 PM
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I see people getting confused with terms framework & library, framework acts like a scaffold for development and removed after the development is done. Frameworks do the job of using library for us by adding few layers of sophistication. e.x Angular ( not to be confused with Angularjs) Libraries: are already written codes that become the part of our code, and we use them directly ex jQuery, answer by Paola stresses on this
17th May 2018, 1:50 PM
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Personally, I would recommend react.js, as it is a very good framework, and also maintained by Facebook
16th May 2018, 3:11 PM
Nwanehiudu Chinakwadom Vitus
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With React.js is it possible to build mobile applications?
16th May 2018, 4:02 PM
Klaylton Fernando
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Well bruh it depends on what you wanna which is not specific in your question.js has so many frameworks. but since vue,react and angular are like amongst the most popular,try them
16th May 2018, 3:09 PM
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I liked the suggestions presented here. I had the opportunity to research each one's potential. I decided to devote myself to the study of Angular JS. Well I've seen that it can also be used to develop mobile apps with the Ionic Framework.
16th May 2018, 3:25 PM
Klaylton Fernando
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With react.js, one can create/build mobile apps. Truly, one can move mountains with react.js!
16th May 2018, 6:57 PM
Nwanehiudu Chinakwadom Vitus
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Klaylton Fernando One thing to keep in mind with AngularJS is that it's days are numbered. It is an awesome framework and there are a lot of sites using it. Here is a good blog post about it https://blog.angular.io/stable-angularjs-and-long-term-support-7e077635ee9c
16th May 2018, 10:15 PM
Paul K Sadler
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React can be used for web dev as well as mobile app dev (Android and ios)
16th May 2018, 5:43 PM
Suresh Vishwakarma
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Don’t think there is a right answer to this and this field the market does keep changing. I would recommend is not to be scared in trying them and stick to the one you like the best. Something new will come along and there’s no harm in being a master of a few rather than just the one.
16th May 2018, 9:46 PM
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https://www.slant.co/topics/3517/~frameworks-for-developing-android-apps-with-javascript Read the link above and choose any of these framework below because they are your best bet. 1) Ionic Framework 2) NativeScript 3) React Native
16th May 2018, 11:16 PM
Akoh Peter Emeka
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I saw this 10-minute YouTube video today discussing angular react and Vue. it was insightful and it's making me lean towards react as my first framework. here is the link. https://youtu.be/L3ma-KGr4yw
17th May 2018, 1:29 AM
matari ganan
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17th May 2018, 3:51 AM
Maxwell Anderson
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jQuery is nice
18th May 2018, 6:24 AM
developer 👩‍💻
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18th May 2018, 1:17 PM
Charan Leo25
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