AngularJS is a full-featured framework that is incredibly popular among developers. For single-page applications, the AngularJS framework creates rich interactive features for a real-time experience. It’s friendly to developers and has a supportive and active community.
Ember.js favours Convention over Configuration. This means that instead of writing a lot of boilerplate code, Ember can automatically infer much of the configuration itself, such as automatically determining the name of the route and the controller when defining a router resource.
Getting started with Vue.js is extremely easy. Its source code is very readable, and the documentation is the only tutorial you’ll ever need. You don’t need external libraries. You can use it with or without jQuery. You won’t need to install any plugins, though many are available. The framework delivers 2-way data binding, server-side rendering, Vue-CLI and optional JSX support.
Designed with the latest Js standard ES6, Aurelia has the ability to function on all modern browsers
Socket’s gained a lots of momentum in the real-time developer community. With Socket you can enjoy a fully functional real-time communication between the client and the server. Socket is divided into two different parts.
Client-library – Its runs from the browser,
Server-library– It is built on top of Node.js.
Both libraries share a very similar API, and Socket is also event driven. With Socket you can implement real-time streaming of binary, instant messaging platforms, interactive document collaboration, real-time stats for your apps and projects (analytics), and so much more.