A lot of advice you will get will fall into the category "I use BullshitJS so I recommend BullshitJS". Bottom line is that you can accomplish your goal no matter which framework you choose, so it all comes down to personal preferences. Determine which aspects are the most important for your project (state management, routing, component composition?) and try to get a sense of how the different frameworks tackle them. Pick the framework that feels right for you. In many ways all frameworks are similar. It's your productivity that matters.
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