All the responsiveness is governed by logic. The number of logical statements that need to be executed on the client side is directly proportional to the intensity of interaction on the web page. The volume of the code base grows larger and becomes increasingly difficult to maintain. To counter this, developers introduced model view controller or MVCs. These MVCs deliver a considerable increase in productivity and in the magnitude of ease in maintaining the code.
Backbone.js – it might not be as popular as its counterparts but it does provide models with the keyvalue binding and custom events. It also provides connections and connects it all to your existing API.
AngularJS – by a considerable distance, it is the most popular MVC. It is nothing more than a toolset based on augmenting the vocabulary of HTML for creating your web application.
Agility.js – this MVC helps developers right browser codes that are both maintainable and reusable. It does not involve infrastructural overheads found in other MVC libraries.
Spine – it is a lightweight framework which is beginner friendly with perfect documentation. This makes spine a favourite among novice developers.
Ember.js – this MVC provide templates written and attempted language called Handlebars. It can define the views, controllers, models and router.
Stapes.js – today, no technology can exist if it does not cater to mobiles. This is a tiny framework that aims to fit and integrate into an existing code base. The tiny size makes it ideal for mobile development.
Epitome – it is a MVC framework developed exclusively for MooTools.
rAppid.js – some of the classics cannot be forgotten. This framework lets you encase complexity into specific components that can be used like HTML elements.