Planning for a major web application release in the near future? Deciding the web frameworks is one of the important characteristics. The presence of numerous other frameworks in the market along with strong libraries is also a factor that is to be kept in mind. Well, if you are thinking about the long-term benefits, then there is no doubt that frameworks like Ember and Angular prove to be the most fruitful ones, but when it comes to taking a business decision, then it is often confusing as one is not able to take the right decision.
Team Unified will clarify all your doubts that arise while you are planning on how to select a good framework. Our many years of experience whether it is working in angularjs development or Ember js have made us capable to help you take the right decision.
AngularJS – What is it and its usability?
In addition to this, it also supports the MVC architecture. The two-way binding process is yet another feature that reflects any changes in the view. With the help of Angular Directives, you can also extend the functionality in the existing HTML elements.
The good news is that the latest version (AngularJS 2.0) is set to ease the process of web development. It comes charged with a host of powerful features. Take a look at them:
Five times faster performance than AngularJS 1
Better server-side rendering
Presence of native Graphic User Interface (GUI)
Takes the advantage of the most popular language features
Easier framework to test
Making inroads in the industry
Owing to its flexibility and great features, the framework has found its place in many well-known online ventures. Some of the most notable ventures are Freelancer.com, Netflix.com, Upwork.com, istockphoto.com and YouTube PS3.
Ember.js – What is it and its usability ?
Ember.js 2.0 is also in the lineup like the second version of AngularJS. A host of interesting features also awaits here. Let us take a look at them.
10 times faster than Ember.js 1
Facility of server-side rendering
Greater framework approach
Facility of command line
Some of the notable companies that use ember.js are Yahoo, Yapp, LinkedIn.
One of our notable works in AngularJS
With AngularJS, one can make the impossible, possible and we have been successful in providing an unavailable custom-based solution with the help of this wonderful framework. We created an online open source music player – 1daytrack, which was able to play music online in all types of browsers starting from Safari to Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome. We used AngularJS for front-end development.
Some of the glaring features, which we were able to add in 1daytrack are as follows:
A multi-platform music portal, which would run in any browser
Create a proper track queue management system to enable the listeners to listen to all the previous tracks.
An auto adds feature which would allow the listeners can automatically add the last played song in a particular category.
View the profile of DJs, book any one of them and get access to all their social media accounts.
And the winner is…
The purpose of Angular and Ember.js is the same, which is to make dynamic SPAs with interactive UI/UX to make the process of web development easier. Both of them offer facilities such as modular code, easy unit testing, DOM manipulation and various benefits of the MVC architecture.
Hence, talking about the best frameworks between the two is really difficult as the two of them emerge as the ultimate winners in their areas of strength.
On the other hand, Ember.js can be of great help if you want to make the SPAs of your application right from the beginning. This framework was mainly developed in order to reduce the burden of coding from the shoulders of the developers.
With faster boot times and fixed stability, this framework allows your application to be smaller thereby making it run even slower. Well, with the release of its second version, Ember.js is expected to boost the server side rendering further.
The future of both these frameworks is brighter. Even the upgraded versions of the frameworks will be stronger, faster and will support server side rendering. One of the interesting things which are common among two of them is that both of them supports iOS and Android. If we can do so much right now with these modern frameworks, then one can imagine the kind of possibilities that can be created.
The word is moving today at a blazing fast speed. AngularJS and Ember.js will no doubt help to keep the pace of web development in tandem with this moving speed in the world of technology.