NPM Publishes State of JS Frameworks 2017 Part 1

Keep in mind that you’re looking at everything in NPM’s The State of JavaScript Frameworks, 2017 through the lens of their package ecosystem. So that tends to make this look at front-end frameworks ignore AngularJS and Web Components, because neither used NPM packages (thought that’s likely to change for Polymer and Web Components in the future).

But with that said, it does have interesting things to say about both React and Angular (not AngularJS) though.

Note: They’re also promising a part 2 which focuses on React specifically and a part 3 which will concentrate on the back-end as well.

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