A lot of our users are commenting on how much faster the application feels and how it seems like there’s so much more useful data – even though we didn’t add any…it’s just easier to find it all now.
— UX Team Client
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Which Framework Should You Use?
With so many JS frameworks available today, it’s impossible to be an expert in all of them — so we’ve decided to focus on the two most popular and mature frameworks: Angular and Ember. Here’s why:
Angular Since Angular was first released in 2009, it clearly has the advantage of being at least two years more mature than most other JS frameworks out there, which can be a lifetime in application development. When you’ve been around for that long and you’re mainly maintained by Google, you not only reap the benefits of perfecting your product but you also get to grow your developer community and third-party modules more than anyone else as well. Google even created a separate website that provides developers with the Material Design specifications needed to build apps with the most modern techniques and technologies out there.
Ember Perhaps our lover of Ember has to do with the fact that we collaborated directly with members of the Ember Core Team on a few projects — but we’re not alone. Ember is being embraced by the developer community faster than any other JS framework. The biggest hurdle for most developers to overcome is the opinionated nature of Ember but once you embrace it, you quickly realize its brilliance in how it helps you stay laser-focused on writing great code instead of wasting time on configuring, testing, fixing bugs or refactoring code.
AngularJS and Ember show the largest overall communities, which mirror their recent monthly contributor growth.
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