Being a self-proclaimed web development framework, Aurelia makes the process of site development a creative process. Designed with the latest JS standard, ES6, Aurelia has the ability to function on all modern browsers. Designed on a module-like framework, Aurelia has various small and huge libraries that can be used either in combination or individually, depending upon the kind of application being designed.
Introduced back in 2016, Vue has a learning curve that is easier. The framework delivers two-way data binding, server-side rendering, Vue-CLI and optional JSX support. It is one the fastest emerging frameworks till date and is a preferable choice for quick cross-platform solutions.
Socket’s gained a lots of momentum in the real-time developer community. With Socket you can enjoy a fully functional real-time communication between the client and the server. Socket is divided into two different parts — the first part is a client-library that runs from the browser, whereas the server-library is built on top of Node.js. Both libraries share a very similar API, and Socket is also event driven; much like Node.js is. With Socket you can implement real-time streaming of binary, instant messaging platforms, interactive document collaboration, real-time stats for your apps and projects (analytics), and so much more.
Remember that the process of choosing a framework depends not only on its functionality but also how it can be used within your own project.
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