Not too long ago, our team got super-excited about Wix’s flagship product – the HTML WYSIWYG website editor. A single-page application which displays a propensity to communicate with complex servers and iframes in a hassle-free manner.
The product was developed by more than 40 developers. The primary decision that the team had to contend with was to choose between Angular and React for the website platform. Considering the popularity of both, we started analyzing which will be the preferred programming platform that can help us create better apps and websites.
The increasing amount of web development network frameworks & libraries continues to grow. The most common among them are Angular and react. It almost seems like a tiebreaker when you come down to weighting the merits of both. React gained popularity since its inception from Facebook, and on the other hand, an Angular framework made its mark when Google updated its system on the Angular network. The choice is yours alone to make.
In an era of deadlines & technology, choosing the right development framework lies at the heart of any business. Putting together the pertinent knowledge that we have gained in the past few years, we decided to decipher the pros and cons of React vs Angular framework, to help you decide which one is the right fit for your brand.
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