React has amazing documentation and many examples to get you started as fast as possible!
Developed by Google, Angular is another front-end framework and a pillar of web development. As opposed to React, Angular comes with everything you need and could ever dream of already packed. A considerable advantage for people who don’t want to spend too much time looking for the plugin they require.
If you like to have a clean and ordered workspace, then you’re in luck! Angular automatically splits its component into three files: an HTML file for the template, a CSS (or SCSS) file for the styling, and a Typescript file for the logic.
Vue might not have as much complexity as Angular or as much modularity as React. Still, it is a fast, lightweight framework that also implements two-way binding and lets you create Single Page Applications efficiently.
Svelte is the new hot kid on the block, and a lot of web developers are going crazy for it. Tired of having to write long syntax to describe your templates and your component’s logic? Svelte philosophy is to write less code and streamline the creation process.
Like Vue, Svelte is much simpler to learn without getting overwhelmed, and is becoming more and more sought after by recruiters and companies.
NestJs is very complete and lets you do anything you want from a modern backend. You can handle multiple API endpoints with middleware, serve pages templates, use Pipes, Interceptors, and Guards to model your backend. NestJs also has great WebSocket implementation for real-time interactions with the client.
NestJs syntax is very similar to Angular, which lets you uniformize your workflow even more if you are using both.