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10 JavaScript frameworks worth learning in 2022

Frameworks are useful for simple coding, but choosing the best one is a difficult task, especially for beginners. Here's a list of JS frameworks to look out for in 2022.


Angular is a web framework that allows JavaScript to integrate with HTML and CSS. It has been used to build over 400,000 websites around the world. It can be used to develop native and web applications for PCs and mobile devices. And it's suitable for enterprise software. It is used by Google, Microsoft, and YouTube.

A few pros:
  • It helps to create progressive applications (PWAs);
  • easy to manipulate DOM elements;
  • high speed and performance;
  • steep learning curve;
  • built-in dependency embedding mechanism;
  • Google support and a powerful ecosystem


Aurelia is a set of open-source JavaScript modules written in ECMAScript, allowing development of JavaScript or TypeScript components. It uses less memory than other well-known JavaScript frameworks. And it's easy to integrate with third-party libraries or frameworks like jQuery, Polymer, and Bootstrap. It's used by Aurelia, Deloitte, Chegg, Dev.

A few pros:
  • high performance;
  • large community;
  • adaptive data binding;
  • memory efficiency.


Backbone.js is often used to develop SPA and client software. The library includes more than 100 extensions - making it easy to perform complex functions with less code. It allows developers to choose tools for a project - based on their own needs and requirements. Backbone.js is used by Airbnb, Drupal, and Trello.

A few pluses:
  • clean and easy to maintain code;
  • automatic refreshing of the HTML code;
  • Flexibility and a large decision-making space;
  • event-driven communication.


Ember.js is a JavaScript framework used to develop scalable single-page web applications. It was originally known as SproutCore 2.0 framework. It comes with the Glimmer rendering engine, with which DOM elements can be rendered. The Ember.js command line interface allows for in-browser tests, automatic reloading of components, quick rebuilds, etc. It is used by Apple, Microsoft, LinkedIn, Netflix.

A few pros:
  • high performance;
  • adaptability and flexibility;
  • allows you to write advanced HTML tags;
  • can run tests within the browser;
  • fast-growing community.


Background web development platform for Node.js. Used for creating web applications and APIs. The framework is fairly fast and provides routing components, middleware support, templates, and other features that make development more convenient. It's also compatible with databases like MongoDB and MySQL. It's used by PayPal, Uber, IBM.

A few pluses:
  • speed;
  • easy debugging;
  • allows dynamic rendering of HTML pages;
  • compatible with other frameworks;
  • good community support.


Meteor is suitable for building web and mobile apps - and you can use the same code. It has an isomorphic ecosystem that allows you to build real-time web apps from scratch. It can be used by other JavaScript frameworks such as Vue, Svelte and Angular. Deloitte, Nordstrom, and Accenture work with it.

A few pluses:
  • Isomorphic development ecosystem (IDevE);
  • built-in browser reloading;
  • custom package manager;
  • powerful cloud-based platform for deploying, scaling and monitoring client applications;
  • reactive templates.


Next.js allows you to develop Jamstack and server-side applications. Among other technologies, it supports CSS and stylized JSX. In addition, it can dynamically import JavaScript modules and React components. It also exports a fully static website from the app. It's used by Netflix, Github, Avocode.

A few perks:
  • automatic code splitting and routing;
  • SEO support;
  • server-side rendering;
  • support for hot code reloading;
  • dynamic components.


Svelte is an open-source JavaScript framework built on TypeScript. It translates the project into JavaScript at build time, not at runtime. As a result, application development with Svelte is generally faster than with many frameworks. It is used by Codustry, Screeb, Kontist.

A few pros:
  • speed;
  • high performance;
  • readable and compact syntax;
  • easy to learn.


React is an open-source JavaScript library for creating user interfaces. It allows the creation of interface components for mobile and PC software. It is also recommended for SPA and enterprise application development. On GitHub, React is the second most popular framework. It is used by Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp.

A few pros:
  • Easy to combine JavaScript and HTML;
  • easy to develop dynamic web applications;
  • easy debugging;
  • community support.


Vue.js is a progressive framework that can be integrated with existing projects and JS libraries. In 2020, Vue became the most rated framework on GitHub, surpassing Angular and React. In addition, over the past 3-4 years, interest in the framework has grown by 18-20%. Stack Overflow, GitLab, Adobe use it.

A few advantages:
  • high degree of customizability;
  • easy to learn;
  • support for CSS transitions and animations;
  • flexibility and modularity.
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