Let’s start from scratch and get to learn about both these frameworks and their major differences too.
Although, if you look at Google Trends, you will see that ReactJS has the upper hand on AngularJS. Also, when it comes to popularity, ReactJS beats Angular. But, if you are still confused- which one of them will serve your use case? Here’s a quick comparison between these languages:
According to Indiashoppers, angular is a full-fledged framework which requires time and resources to learn and soak the concepts in. There are tons of things and concepts to learn like Typescript in-depth, MVC, directives, modules, decorators, components, services, dependency injection, pipes, and templates. As you get into the advance curve of learning, you get to face concepts of change detection, zones, AOT(Ahead-of-Time) compilation, and Rx.js. The strict coding standards and structuring need time to learn and excel in the field.
Angular releases its newer version every six months- it means 2 major releases in a year. Coming from Google, there have been many major changes since its first release. Also, Angular is having a huge, active community. On the other hand, React is maintained by Facebook and the updates are easier than Angular. Many multi-billion companies like Twitter and Airbnb also use React. So, the upgrades have a major concern of stability which is well maintained by Facebook too. Also, ReactJS has good community support.
AngularJS is used in large web applications like video streaming app or music instrument app while ReactJS is just a library that makes it good for SPA (Single page application). AngularJS is used by companies like Google, Forbes, YouTube, Wix, and Telegram while React is used by companies like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Airbnb, Netflix, PayPal, Uber.
Look it at Google Trends, GitHub or Stack Overflow, you will see the ReactJS emerging as a clear winner. The open-source community involvement in ReactJS is way more than Angular’s. You can get detail of Off Campus Jobs online from fresh hiring
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If you go on Stack Overflow and Up work for Angular and ReactJS jobs, you will clearly see that React developers’ demand is way higher than AngularJS ones.