React & Vue.js & React native 

React.js, more commonly known as React, is a free, open-source JavaScript library. It works best to build user interfaces by combining sections of code (components) into full websites. Originally built by Facebook, Meta and the open-source community now maintain it. React.js is an open-source JavaScript library, crafted with precision by Facebook, that aims to simplify the intricate process of building interactive user interfaces. Imagine a user interface built with React as a collection of components, each responsible for outputting a small, reusable piece of HTML code.

React Native is a JavaScript library developed by Facebook that lets you create native apps for Android, iOS, and more using React primitives and native code. You can use React Native in your existing or new projects, and share code across platforms with a single codebase. React Native combines the best parts of native development with React, a best-in-class JavaScript library for building user interfaces. React primitives render to native platform UI, meaning your app uses the same native platform APIs other apps do. Many platforms, one React. Create platform-specific versions of components so a single codebase can share code across platforms. With React Native, one team can maintain multiple platforms and share a common technology—React.

Official Website: React Official Website

Vue.js is a JavaScript framework for building user interfaces. It builds on top of standard HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and provides a declarative and component-based programming model that helps you efficiently develop user interfaces, be they simple or complex. Vue.js lets you extend HTML with HTML attributes called directives. Vue.js directives offer functionality to HTML applications. Vue.js provides built-in directives and user-defined directives.

Official Website: Vue.js Official Website


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