Usually, ready-made frameworks are used to write a Single Page Application (SPA). In this case, everything that happens on the site unfolds within a single web page, so there is no need to leave it. This approach allows programmers to create both full-scale sites and separate web tools, independent functional modules.
- React is a framework developed by Facebook programmers that uses a reusable component. In other words, these are ready-made program blocks, divided into functions or classes. Each block designates different elements of the page, such as a text entry box, a button, a logo, and so on. Also, each component has so-called attributes or properties. React’s syntax is pretty simple, so it should be easy to understand for anyone familiar with Java Script.
- jQuery is probably the most popular framework, which has a wide variety of different functions. Despite being created back in 2006, it is still fast and concise, which allows you to work with various platforms and simplifies HTML scripting. Currently over 20 million web-sites use jQuery.