The open-source framework, introduced in 2015 is designed keeping the developer ergonomics in mind. It has friendly APIs to make the job easy for developers. The features of Ember.js support two-way data binding and hence, establish a reliable platform for handling the complicated User Interfaces. Its UIs are nested and it has built-in testing tools. Ember.js makes a lot of assumptions about the application and makes a developer confirm to its expectations. Popular websites like LinkedIn, Netflix, Nordstrom and many more use the Ember.js platform for their websites. It is also used to build desktop and mobile applications.
A Node.js framework is built out of Node.js and it embodies the control flow of the given framework’s design. For every Node.js function, there is some generic implementation unique to the framework which would then require the user to follow the lead of the framework by adding more codes to define its use case. Node.js frameworks are mostly used because of their productivity, scalability and speed, making them one of the first choices for building enterprise applications for companies. It allows to write frontend and backend using the same language and work with a set of tools, guidelines, and recommended practices that help in saving time.