React.js- React, in simple terms, is an Open source, client-sided library which helps to develop Mobile applications and Single page Web applications. The simplicity of the framework makes it convenient to use. It also enhances the scaling of the applications. As it works as a component, it efficiently maintains codes even in large-scale projects. The main advantage of React is that it enhances the application’s performance using Virtual Document Object Model(DOM).
Angular.js- Angular.js is based on MVC(Model View Controller) architecture. It uses features like data binding and angular CLI(Command-line Interface) to present a dynamic and interactive website, improving the customization of the web applications. This frontend open-source framework is said to be the version of HTML if it was designed to develop web applications. This framework lacks in two important aspects; complexity in learning and limited SEO support.
Vue.js- Vue is a lightweight framework packed with various features like data binding, Virtual DOM, built-in libraries, and much more that help it to create seamless and interactive web applications. It is simple to understand and integrate, even while creating large type projects.
To get a detailed understanding of Angular Vs React Vs Vue follow the link- Angular Vs react Vs Vue: What to choose in 2021
Introduction to Blazor
Blazor is composed of two major components:
Blazor Web Assembly
Moreover, the advantages of Blazor are:
Allows complete .NET debugging
Browser plugins are not required
Uses the latest Web Browser potential to create a Modern Application
Shares codes between server and client
Uses C# language for full-stack Web application development
Helps in making hybrid Mobile and desktop applications through .NET
Compatible with any browser
Blazor VS React
But the C# usage and running of HTML Razor by Web Assembly through a browser in Blazor, allows Fullstack(both frontend and backend) development. With additional features like no plugin, server-side rendering and .NET Debugging, Blazor is more efficient than React, which lacks these features.
Blazor Vs Angular
While comparing Angular and Blazor, the former one is well-established and packed with robust features, while the latter is still nascent and developing. Comparing their frameworks, Blazor uses one-way Binding while Angular uses two-way binding, making it production ready. Blazor allows the creation of Hybrid and Native applications with progressive designs. Angular builds simple but robust Applications using Java.
Blazor Vs Vue