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5 most used frameworks in 2017 (so far)
Angular.js is comfortably the most used framework for developing Single-page Applications and less frequently for Multi-page Applications. Due to its overwhelming popularity, it holds the largest community of developers and is used commonly for small and medium-sized businesses who need those developers to build fast, efficient and reliable applications.
Angular2 was released back in 2016 and has already proved useful as a tool for more significant enterprises for providing a good quality of code structure and readability.
When compared with Angular 2.0 and React, Vue.js is proving to be very popular amongst developers due to its comparatively little ability needed to learn. It offers features such as Vue-cli, two-way data binding, and server-side rendering.
Many of these features can be found in Angular, React and Ember, but Vue.js serves as one of the fastest frameworks around. Its growing popularity is applaudable seeing as, like Angular2, it only came to market in 2016.
Major websites like Netflix, Kickstarter and Chipotle, with feature-rich applications, see Ember.js as a common choice.
With a similarly large group of developers, Node.js serves as a common framework for event-driven web programming. It's highly scalable and is adopted by many demanding web services such as Paypal, with over 180 million active users. Other big names choosing to work with Node.js include Mozilla, Yahoo and LinkedIn.