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Initially, both technologies are built to handle various types of web requirements, and there are lots of factors taken into account in order to identify which one is suitable for building a certain app. These factors could be:

  • Type of experience and background the developer has
  • Development approach and project model
  • The architecture and design approach
  • Budget and amount of time available

In short, these technologies are similar in nature in terms of reusability of modules/components, and both work great independent from what you choose. But if you want real data towards your purpose, the best way is to setup a similar app in both technologies, and then contemplate in terms of the requirements and workflow.

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