Parameters Ember.js React
Overview A framework for creating web apps. A data library that assists in querying and caching. Ideal for novices since it lessens the burden of managing the data from the client side. Apt for dynamic SPA. Fast, comprehensive, and flexible. A JavaScript library to create user interfaces. A data framework that is fast in usage because of its Virtual DOM. Gels well with other peer technologies and hence is popular. Apt for huge web apps. High performance and productive.
Server Rendering No Yes
Performance A tad slower as compared to React since it is huge in size and faces issues during rendering. Faster because of its view library. Uses multiple components but offers good performance.
Architecture Offers a default architecture pattern that is loved by developers. Has good distributor logic./td> Developers use Flux architecture since React doesn’t have any architecture of its own.
Learning Curve Longer learning curve since it goes by the convention method over configuration and hence takes longer to learn. The learning curve is less as there are libraries and APIs to support faster grasping and JavaScript is known to all.
Model of Working Based on the MVC model Based on the Virtual DOM model
Data Binding Supports two-way data binding Supports one-way data binding
Configuration or Convention Chooses convention over configuration. It has its own router and specified actions to be followed by developers. Chooses configuration over convention. Offers to create a repository as you wish with high-end flexibility.
Template Engine Yes No
File and Project Structure A file name represents a part of the component’s code reference. Logic and templating are done in different files. A file name represents the complete component’s code reference. Logic and templating are done in the same file.
Filtering Facility Automated Not available
Complex Applications Easy management of data and server-side applications and hence suitable for complicated applications with other parameters like inbuilt components etc. Has a library that supports SPA and server-side rendering, hence easy to create complex applications. Creates fundamental blocks for different applications.
User Experience Possesses multiple tools that can offer the best user experience. Ember CLI assists in offering extra features. Possesses multiple designs that are specific for developers and hence can offer a variety of user experiences.
Routing and Linking Yes No
Security Offering security in Ember is easy with Cross-site Request Forgery (CSRF) tokens Securing React applications can best be done with appropriate tools and features.
CLI There is high-end CLI which is used heavily by the developers while development work is going on No official CLI since is a component drive and has the same code structure all through the programming style
Size of Framework Ember is heavy in size with additional libraries React is comparatively light weighted
Library Support and API Development The inbuilt library helps in to-and-fro communication which is needed for developing APIs No predefined library, developers raise communication requests
Utilization of JSX No Yes