Pros: Easy to learn, faster development times, a large community of developers, and good scalability.
Cons: Poor documentation and lack of tutorials.
Pros: Easy to learn and small learning curve, good documentation, excellent performance, and good flexibility.
Cons: Not as popular as React or Angular, small community of developers, and lack of plugins.
AngularJS is an open-source framework based on TypeScript language developed by Google for building single-page applications.
Pros: Good performance, well-organised structure, expansive support community and good scalability.
Cons: Complex syntax and steep learning curve.
Pros: Easy to learn and use, cross-browser compatibility, large library of plugins and lightweight code base.
Cons: Poor performance on mobile devices and conflicts when using third-party libraries.
Pros: Easy to use with data-driven documents, creates highly customisable visualizations, supports multiple types of data sources including JSON and XML formats as well as GeoJSON and TopoJSON formats.
Cons: Limited support in some browsers and requires a large amount of processing power to render large datasets.
Why are there different JS libraries?