First and foremost, there is no need to overthink the choice of the initial framework. Learning one of them will make it easier to learn others. Additionally, you will not only learn the features specific to that framework but also the general concepts applicable to each one of them and web development in general(designing and developing components, understanding the data flow, managing states and templates, and many more). Keeping that in mind, let's look at each one of the frameworks in more detail.
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Have you ever thought of having your own app that runs smoothly over multiple platforms? React Native is an open-source cross-platform mobile application framework which is a great option to create mobile apps for both Android and iOS. **[Hire...