Web Front End Frameworks

This post summarizes different web application frameworks.

List of web front end frameworks

Web application frameworks featured on this post:

  • React
  • Angular
  • Vue.js
  • Ember.js
  • Blazor
  • Svelte
  • Next.js

The most popular are React, Angular and Vue.js.


React, also known as React.js or ReactJS, is library to build UIs (user interfaces) that uses JavaScript programming language.

It is developed by Meta/Facebook and other communities.

React’s official web

React at Wikipedia


Angular is a web framework that uses TypeScript programming language.

It is developed by the Angular team at Google and other companies and communities.

Angular is also known as Angular 2+, because it is a complete rewrite of the discontinued project Angular.js.

Angular’s official web

Angular at Wikipedia


Vue.js is an open-source JavaScript framework.

Vue.js’ official web


Ember.js’ official web


Blazor is a web framework that uses C# and HTML.

It is developed by Microsoft.

Blazor’s official web

Blazor at Wikipedia


Svelte is a free and open-source (FOSS) web frontend compiler.

It is maintained by the Svelte core team contributors.

Svelte’s official web


Next.js is a framework based on React. It is developed by American company Vercel.

Next.js’ official web

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