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Ember.js is already proved, the best framework out there nowadays. Corporate ready, production ready, future proof. I'm really looking forward, that Type Script support will be landing soon in the framework, so it will be a concrete solid environment. The whole addon ecosystem, with Ember Data and Ember CLI is just top-notch.

You can check here with this tutorial, how easy to write a complex application with Ember.js: http://yoember.com

From my experience, the most important aspect of a single page app framework is the component api.

Here's the doc for ember's: http://emberjs.com/api/classes/Ember.Component.html

Versus react's: https://facebook.github.io/react/docs/multiple-components.ht...

Versus angular's: https://docs.angularjs.org/guide/component

If you compare them, you can see that react and angular focus heavily on component oriented architecture, while with ember, not so much.

Edit: wrong link.

Ember implemented React and Redux concept a year ago, the component layer is based on Virtual DOM. You can see here all the hooks what you can find in React, maybe with a little bit different function names... a modern Ember app is full of components. ;) http://emberjs.com/api/classes/Ember.Component.html (Tick the check-boxes, Ember.js is nicely object oriented, so you can get a lot from parent classes.)

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