What is a Backend framework?
A web application is made up of two frameworks that are front-end framework and backend framework. The front end framework is for the layout and the design of the website whereas, the backend framework enables all the functions required for smooth functioning of the front end application. For the aesthetics and flawless integration of the web application, it requires database management system, client-server engagement system, input & output management etc. Backend framework is all inclusive of server, application, and database systems for a web application.
Vue was mainly built to simplify web UI development (components, declarative UI etc.). Vue gives different features such as Declarative Rendering, Composing with Components, Handling User Input, and Conditionals & Loops etc. that can be used in existing pages for user interfaces.
Phantom.JS is free and open source software that provides automated navigation, screenshots, user behavior and assertions. It has fast and native support for various web standards: DOM handling, CSS selector, JSON, Canvas, and SVG.
Meteor has a large community of developers who provide constant support and maintenance. With Meteor, developers do not need to write additional synchronization code. It is a simple environment that uses Distributed Data Protocol for building modern web applications for mobile and desktop devices.
Node.js' package ecosystem provides developer options like Content Management Tools, Mobile App Development, Plug-ins Development, E-commerce, shopping cart development, Web APIs and CMS, Backend Dashboards Development, Large Web Applications, and AJAX Development etc.