It is no surprise that many industry leaders use React as their preferred framework considering its popularity among WhatsApp, Pinterest, Reddit, Netflix, etc., with this year marking an important milestone in history: it was labeled by some experts to be one “without adding anything.” Rather than innovating on what already exists within the company or introducing newer disruptive changes related to graphics libraries such as WebGL.
React.js has a new feature coming out in the stable release next year! React Concurrent Mode is expected to come out in mid-2021 and will allow you to defer your changes from appearing on screens, while still being able to make updates quickly without any reloading or refreshing. This mode much differs from our old approach of using React which relied mostly on two functions: setState () and force update (). Our team here monitors the state of these closely so we can share some best practices with developers who want more efficiency when working with this library by scooping up all those great tools for it that are available elsewhere.
Vue 3 has created significant improvements in the performance of its latest release. Up to 41% smaller bundle size, up to 55% quicker initial rendering time, and 133% faster updates have been achieved by following the approach of compiler-informed virtual DOMs and flattening programmatic structures with templates.