My go-to resource for this data over the last couple years has been the js-framework-benchmark by Stefan Krause. It’s good, but also kind of complicated. It’s easier to look at a subset of the results, and that’s what we’ll be doing in this article. I encourage you to check out the tool Stefan has built and dig into more of the data on your own, particularly if your favorite framework is missing from the graphics below. It may be available on Stefan’s site (he tests 40+ frameworks).