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1. Angular 2+
Developed by: Google
Launched in: 2010
Angular transfers all the contents from the server to the browser along with loading all the web pages simultaneously. Once the contents are loaded, clicking on any link on the page does not reload the entire page content; instead, it simply updates the sections within the page.
Developed by: Facebook
Launched in: 2013
Developed by: EmberTeam
Launched in: 2011
Ember has managed to stay away from gleaming terms and modules that make modern frameworks stand out from the crowd. Instead, Ember maintains traditional functionality while bringing forth power that’s necessary for building great applications.
Developed by: Evan You
Launched in: 2014
It is important to remember that a framework is just a frame that sets the rules for building applications. Using frameworks speeds up the process and makes it easier to go through the development phase. The choice of a framework depends on personal preferences and each particular case should be examined separately.
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