Every framework has different libraries and tools, best suitable for different types of web apps.
And, its friendly API’s allow the developers to get the task done efficiently and effectively. Further, the framework’s community offers active support, which is the most significant advantage to the developers. Moreover, Ember JS provides its users with excellent, stable performance, quick load, and speed.
Mithril is a modern client-side java framework, which is used to create single-page applications. The framework is small (< 10kb gzip), speedy, and offers routing and XHR utilities to its users. Further, it has quicker library load time and update execution as well than different frameworks. One of the obvious reasons that make Mithril different from other platforms is its file size, and it is not dependent on other libraries. The framework can be easily implemented whenever needed.
The framework is gaining popularity and is an open-source platform for web, mobile, and desktop. Its a full-stack, and highly opinionated MVC framework, for node.js and also a little flexible.
Additionally, the framework allows for rapid prototyping and produces cross-platform code (Android, iOS, web). The platform can also be used with its blaze tempting engine and also with the Angular and React frameworks. Since we all know, in the given number of frameworks, it’s a daunting task to choose the right one. So, it is very crucial to select the one which can meet all the hard and fast requirements of the app. The key to the framework is hinted right in its name i,e, speed. And Meteor is the smart choice for you, in case you are looking to develop smaller, reactive web and mobile applications, on the node.js platform.
Furthermore, the framework provides speed and capable of batching DOM updates, that leaves other frameworks in the dust. With this, the users can experience consistent and scalable performance, no matter how complex their UI is.
Apache Struts is a free and open-source web platform, which helps us to create modern Java web applications. Just like Aurelia, it also uses convention over configuration. By separating the model from the view and controller, Apache Struts fix the problem created with a standard Java EE web application. Apache’s plugin-based architecture and plugins are very beneficial. Users can extend the framework easily, depending on the project requirement. Additionally, Strut plugins are basic JAR packages and hence, are portable.
Lastly, the framework allows its users to build maintainable, extensible, and flexible web, mobile, and desktop applications based on standard technologies, like JSP web pages, JavaBeans, resource bundles, etc.
The spring framework is a lightweight and robust framework used for application development. This framework is a well-defined tool, supporting various web applications using Java as a programming language. It is lightweight, in regards to the size and functionality and has Aspect-Oriented Programming, which is used to separate cross-cutting concerns (like logging, security, etc.) from the business logic of the application. Also, the framework is divided into modules, which makes it easy to pick and choose in parts to use in any application. Spring also designs and manages the lifecycle and configurations of the application objects. In addition to it, the framework has a dependency injection that enables its users to build loosely coupled applications. At last, the framework is integrated with other frameworks, as it doesn’t try to solve the problems that are already solved. It just integrates them with its development framework, and provide a more exceptional solution.
Hibernate comes with an arsenal of helpful tools as well as capabilities that make a connection to the database much more accessible. It is an open-source rational mapping library for Java especially, designed to map objects to an RDBMS to implement the object-oriented programming concepts. Hibernate is connected with the database itself and makes use of HQL (hibernate query language) that allows it to execute the queries because an HQL understands object-oriented concepts, such as inheritance, association, etc. The framework majorly resolves the object-relational impedance mismatch queries, that mainly arise due to the connection between the relational database and an application written in an object-oriented programming language style.