Angular JS is a general purpose MVC framework that provides a complete set of components to help you build applications faster.
Angular JS has been used in large-scale production apps like Twitter, AirBnB, etc.
Vue.js is a progressive framework for building user interfaces. It’s designed to be simple, flexible, and extremely easy to use.
Vue provides a declarative approach to building user interfaces, so you don’t have to worry about any of the details of how your pages are laid out. As a result, you can focus on more important things like your application’s architecture and how to make it easy for your users to use your app.
React also allows developers to implement a functional UI, in which each component renders its own output and can be easily tested and modified separately from other components.
Ember can be used to build single page apps (SPAs) that navigate between pages with links, which are the same type of links you’d find in a browser. Ember also provides an API for adding interactivity to your app through controllers, which handle data requests and send them back to the server for processing.