React

React

React is a free an open-source Javascript framework for frontend development. With React you can build powerful, component-based application that supports compilation of JSX, ES6 and auto-prefixed CSS files. The popular framework is developed by Facebook and used by countless of applications across the web and mobile devices to build  structured user interfaces or UI components.

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Vue.js
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Vue.js

Vue.js is a free and open-source intuitive and composable MVVM framework for building interactive UIs with JavaScript. The library was first created and released by Evan You back in 2014, and saw a meteoric rise in the open-souce community. Possibly due to the accessible nature of the project and the library itself. With Vue.js you can get started by simply importing the script via CDN, and start building. Today, Vue.js is used in a multitude of web applications and powers interactive interfaces for people to enjoy across the globe.

JavaScript
Self-Hosted
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Angular
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Angular

Angular is a TypeScript-based free and open source platform and web application framework. The framework developed and released by the community and the Angular Team at Google. Angular is a is a complete rewrite of AngularJS.

Free
TypeScript
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Svelte
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Svelte

Svelte introduces a radical new approach to building user interfaces with JavaScript. It is a compile-based component framework that builds efficient code that updates the DOM. Where most traditional frontend JavaScript framework does most of their work in the browser, Svelte includes that work in the compilation process when you build your app. This creates a smaller app which ultimately leads to faster load times and a better experience for the end-user.

Node.js
JavaScript
Self-Hosted
Suggested by Freddie Freddie
Ember.js
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Ember.js

Ember.js is a productive, battle-tested JavaScript framework for building modern web applications. It includes everything you need to build rich UIs that work on any device. With Ember.js you can create client side JavaScript applications with a complete solution which contains data management and an application flow. Ember.js is developed and released as free and open source software under the MIT License.

Free
Open Source
Node.js
JavaScript
Self-Hosted
Suggested by Lilac99 Lilac99
HTMX
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HTMX

HTMX is a HTML-first web framework that allows you to access AJAX, CSS Transitions, WebSockets and Server Sent Events directly in HTML Markup, using attributes. With HTMX, developers can quickly build emmersive experiences and modern user interfaces without having to worry about REST APIs or complicated frontend JavaScript configurations. HTMX weighs in at just under 10k min.gz'd and is completley dependecy-free.

Free
Open Source
HTML
JavaScript
Self-Hosted
Suggested by Freddie Freddie
RedwoodJS
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RedwoodJS

RedwoodJS is a free and open-source fullstack JavaScript framework for the JAM stack. The framework is highly opinionated and utilize the best practises for building fullstack web applications with React, GraphQL, Prisma and relational databases. Redwood is designed to be deployable completely to the Edge via CDNs and serverless functions distributed everywhere. The structure and tools provided by RedwoodJS let's you get up and running quickly, so that you can see your application go from idea to reality.

Free
JavaScript
Self-Hosted
SvelteKit
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SvelteKit

SvelteKit is a free and open-source framework used to create SSR, Static and Serverless web applications with Svelte. SvelteKit aims to replace Sapper and in the process unify the eco-system and have a single way to start building apps with Svelte. This will simplify on-boarding, and reduce maintenance and support burden for the core developers. SvelteKit fully embraces the serverless paradigm and has support for all the major serverless providers. Under the hood, SvelteKit uses Snowpack in development and compiles and hot reloads your code near instantly, making it an extremely pleasant developer experience.

Free
TypeScript
Node.js
JavaScript
Self-Hosted
Sapper
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Sapper

Sapper is a free and open source application framework for Svelte. With Sapper developers can build server-side rendered applications that does not compromise on SEO, load times or progressive enhancement. Your Sapper app will handle navigation instantaneously, much like any other SPA.

Node.js
JavaScript
Self-Hosted
Next.js
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Next.js

Next.js is a free an open-source JavaScript framework for building production grade React web applications that scale. World's leading companies use the framework to buil both static and dynamic websites and web applications.

Free
Node.js
JavaScript
Nuxt.js
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Nuxt.js

Nuxt.js is an intuetive Vue framework that supports generating a static website based on your Vue application. It provides the best of both worlds, as you don't need a server, yet can reap the SEO benefits. Nuxt achives this by pre-rendering all pages and include the necessary HTML. And when you are ready to deploy, Nuxt.js got you covered with simple integrations to serverless and third-party providers such as Netlify, Vercel and GitHub pages.

Free
Open Source
Node.js
JavaScript
Self-Hosted

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