Vue was first announced in 2014 by Evan Yu, a Google developer who took inspiration from Angular to provide a simple, lightweight, and efficient alternative in the form of Vue.js. Vue takes much of its functionality from React and Angular but has significantly improved those features to provide a better, easier to use, and more secure framework. The best example of this approach is Vue's provision of bi-directional data binding, as seen in Angular, and 'Virtual DOM,' as seen in React.
Ember was originally a SproutCore 2.0 framework that was renamed Ember.js by Yehuda Katz, a veteran developer who is considered one of the leading creators of jQuery. Ember's most popular and essential features are the Ember command-line interface, which is itself very powerful. Ember's most popular and essential features are the Ember command-line interface, a powerful productivity tool.
Preact.js base on the same basic principles as React, a component-based approach using Virtual Dom while fully compatible with React
You can also use React packages without compromising on speed, performance, and lean size. Unless you need the full potential of React, most developers will use Preact during development and even switch to Preact in production. There are many large companies use Preact, including Tencent, Uber, and Lyft.