Ember, as well as Angular, are both MVC frameworks, helping you to separate models, views, and controllers from your workflow. For developing single page applications, they will help you out in dealing with routing and views.
Moreover, React is a quite different than others as it works on top of a virtual DOM that gives an instant way of manipulating the DOM. It comes with page components and helps developers to build a library of reusable resources; however, it is not a traditional MVC framework.
Functional Programming is Becoming Mainstream
In the recent time, there are numerous programming concepts have been worming their way into mainstream programming; however, the functional programming paradigm itself has attracted a lot of attention with the increase of complex web apps.
Now, the front-end web development appears all about reactive programming and functional programming. As it is multiparadigm, React+Redux is the highly friendly solution for all those, who are comfortable with object-oriented programming.
Developing on Node.js
We have noticed the popularity of Node.js and it is very first that developers can make use of one language on the frontend and backend throughout an entire web application. This all-new library is still growing rapidly and it delivers a way more than just a backend framework.
It serves numerous tools like NPM and Gulp.js that both are part of modern web development workflow. The tools of it are running through the command line and there is one of the biggest reasons for developers to integrate this into their workflow.
It is recommended for developers to familiarize themselves with NPM to start. It is a lot easier to install and popular fronted package manager on the market. As it is more of an environment/library, so it doesn’t have a custom framework; but it does have frameworks built on top of Node.
This high-end MVC framework merges with the Node environment, so you can run a local Node server and develop whole new web apps on Node from front to back. Node environment considered as the best as it allows doing so much and the web dev community has instantly rallied to support Node and its related tools.