· fullstack,react

📌 Performance: React has high performance, is great for scalability, and offers more flexibility than Angular.

📌 Ease of Learning: Angular has a steeper learning curve whereas React is generally considered easier to learn than Angular.

📌 Use Case: React is best suited for building small to medium-sized applications whereas Angular is better suited for building large-scale enterprise applications.

📌 Flexibility: React is more flexible than Angular, as it is a library rather than a full-featured framework.

📌Scalability: React is easily scalable as compared to Angular.

📌 Creator: React is a JS library developed by Facebook that allows you to build UI components. Angular is a structural framework developed by Google for developing dynamic web apps.

📌 Syntax: React uses a virtual DOM & JSX (a syntax extension of JavaScript). Angular uses real DOM & HTML templates.

📌 Pattern: React mainly focused on the view layer of an application. Angular is full-fledged MVC framework.

📌Librairies: react is more flexible & has a larger ecosystem of third-party libraries and plugins. Angular has a more standardized approach & comes with its own set of tools and libraries.

📌 Data binding: React has one-way data binding & supports server-side rendering. Angular has two-way data binding & does not have built-in support for server-side rendering.

📌 Dependency Injection: react is written in JavaScript & does not use the Dependency Injection concept. Angular is written in TypeScript & uses a hierarchical Dependency Injection system.

📌 Use Case: React is preferred when the dynamic content need is intensive. Angular is preferred for large applications like video streaming app.

📌 References: React is used by companies Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Airbnb, Netflix, Paypal, Uber, etc. Angular is used by companies Google, Forbes, Youtube, Wix, telegram, etc.