Read more to learn about the critical differences between AngularJS and ReactJS to assist you in making an informed decision.
|Latest Version||16.8 (February 2019)||Angular 8 *(to be released in March/April 2019)|
|Type||Open Source JS library||Fully-featured MVC framework|
Owing to component-based architecture components have deep binding and each of them comprises elements with only relevant functionality. What is more, they are loosely coupled and properly encapsulated. Such approach makes components easily reusable, enhance their testability and further maintainability.
Learning curve:It’s easy to learn Angular in the basic stages. The moment you move towards the advanced stages, the learning curve turns out to be steep. Some unique features of Angular are quite complex, so developers find it difficult working with values, DI, factories at the very beginning.
Documentation:While the documentation for the framework has been updated, it still needs some improvement. It would be better to add more useful information to some methods and properties, some features comparison and changes.
Directives:There is a wide range of directives, and they are highly complex to operate with. To understand their syntax, you really should spend a lot of time. As a result, you should think about how to write code without focusing on what you are writing
Debugging:Debugging is critical when building an app.. Sometimes developers were confused because there is no idea what scope is being used
Search engine indexing:Search engines still need to see the content and elements of the page in the source code to guarantee that it will be indexed correctly. There are some problems to speed up pages or to be indexed by search engines in Angular.
In short, if you are looking for flexibility and simplicity, it is better to use React.js. However, if you need the most efficient way to organize and boost your application with a complete tool, AngularJS remains your best solution.
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