Vue was first launched in 2014 by Evan You, a developer working for Google who took inspiration from Angular to deliver a simple lightweight and efficient alternative in the form of Vue.js. Although Vue has adopted most of its features from React and Angular, it has made major improvements on those features to deliver a better, easy to use, and secure framework. The biggest example of this approach is that Vue offers a 2-way data binding as seen in Angular and ‘Virtual DOM’ as seen in React.
Ember was originally a SproutCore 2.0 framework that was renamed as Ember.js by its creator Yehuda Katz, an accomplished developer who is credited as one of the chief creators of jQuery. One of the most adored and key features of Ember is the Ember Command-line interface tool which is a productivity powerhouse in itself.
Preact.js is built with the same core principle of React — Component based approach with Virtual Dom while being completely compatible with React. It can even use React packages without compromising on speed, performance, and leaner size. In instances where full potential of React isn’t necessary, most developers even use React during mobile app development and switch to Preact for production. Many major companies like Tencent, Uber, and Lyft are using Preact.
Carefully pay heed to your project’s requirements and understand which set of frameworks complement your needs and can deliver that best performance at the best mobile app development company in Delhi. The learning curve, complexity, compatibility documentation, community support should also be taken into account as deciding factors apart from just performance.