|SNo||React JS||React Native|
|1||The ReactJS initial release was in 2013.||The React Native initial release was in 2015.|
|2||It is used for developing web applications.||It is used for developing mobile applications.|
|3||It can be executed on all platforms.||It is not platform independent. It takes more effort to be executed on all platforms.|
|5||It uses React-router for navigating web pages.||It has built-in Navigator library for navigating mobile applications.|
|6||It uses HTML tags.||It does not use HTML tags.|
|7||It can use code components, which saves a lot of valuable time.||It can reuse React Native UI components & modules which allow hybrid apps to render natively.|
|8||It provides high security.||It provides low security in comparison to ReactJS.|
|9||In this, the Virtual DOM renders the browser code.||In this, Native uses its API to render code for mobile applications.|
|Founded||Founded by Misko Hevery||Founded by Jordan Walke|
|Ideal For||Creating highly active and interactive web applications||Large web applications with frequently variable data|
|App Size||Relatively Small||Relatively Small|
|Dynamic UI Binding||Ul binding at plain object or property level||Direct linking of states to the Ul|
|Opinionation||Considerably less opinionated||Flexible opinionation|
|UI Rendering||Client/Server side||Client/Server side|
|Price||Open source||Open source|
|What Should I Choose?||
|When to choose AngularJS||When to choose ReactJS|
|Highly customized specific app||Large scale feature-rich app|
|App with multiple events||Ready to use solution and need high productivity|
|Creates sharable component in app||Regulate the app size|
Choosing the right framework might be tough because there are so many to choose from, each with its own set of qualities. We felt the same way when we first chose Vue.js to develop the app and now that we're looking into Angular. When it comes to deciding between Angular and React, I feel it boils down to personal preference, as they both address the same issues in different ways.
When choosing between the two, keep in mind that React has a lower learning curve, allowing for speedier development, whereas Angular has more built-in functionality but is less stable. When I say stable, I'm referring to the fact that if a feature isn't built in, it's either difficult to deliver or impossible to work around. I give React the upper hand.
Both technologies are quite powerful, and they represent a huge leap in terms of improving, enabling, and speeding up development compared to the early days of web programming.