When the boss says it’s time to pour data into the screens of a bazillion visitors to your website, you have dozens of options for getting up and running fast.
In the old days, most work was done on the server, but today much of the heavy lifting has been pushed to the client, making for a zippier, more interactive experience, because the client often has cycles to spare.
There are a number of tools for client-side code that shoulder the job of laying out the data and interacting with the user.

Two of the latest leading contenders are Angular and React, a pair of open source projects from Google and Facebook, respectively.

Angular and React are great tools for delivering complex, data-driven web apps and websites.

But they offer distinct approaches, the kind of differences that generate long philosophical debates between coders.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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