It only provides the View (V) from the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture where you have to add the Model and the Controller part by yourself using libraries of your own choice. React requires the user to decide how the code and hierarchy should be structured.
Is a full-fledged Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework. It guides the user on how the application should be structured. Angular also provides much more “out of the box” functionality including dependency injection, templates, routing, etc.- some of which will be discussed below.
Uses Virtual DOM: For example, if you need to change the user’s address –
which is written somewhere in between the HTML block of code –
a virtual DOM only looks at the difference in code between the previous and current HTML tags. Then it only changes the part where the update is required. This feature enhances React’s performance when dealing with a large set of data.
Uses Regular DOM: Using the example used in the left column: Using regular DOM results in updating the entire tree structure of the HTML tags until it reaches the user’s address. This feature inversely affects Angular’s performance when dealing with a large set of data.
Uses one-way data binding: In this type of data-binding, the user modifies the model state which then renders the change in the UI element, but if you alter the UI element, the model state does not change by itself.
Uses two-way data binding: This means that if the user makes changes in the UI element then the corresponding model part of the code modifies itself as well. If the user alters the model code, the UI automatically renders the corresponding change.