ComponentKit vs Hub Framework: What are the differences?
Developers describe ComponentKit as "ComponentKit by Facebook: A React-Inspired View Framework for iOS". ComponentKit is an Objective-C++ view framework for iOS that is heavily inspired by React. It takes a functional, declarative approach to building UI. It was built to power Facebook's News Feed and is now used throughout the Facebook iOS app. On the other hand, Hub Framework is detailed as "Spotify’s component-driven UI framework for iOS". A toolkit for building native, component-driven UIs on iOS. It is designed to enable teams of any size to quickly build, tweak and ship new UI features, in either new or existing apps. It also makes it easy to build backend-driven UIs.
ComponentKit and Hub Framework are primarily classified as "Mobile UI Frameworks" and "Mobile UI Components" tools respectively.
ComponentKit and Hub Framework are both open source tools. It seems that ComponentKit with 5.03K GitHub stars and 549 forks on GitHub has more adoption than Hub Framework with 1.87K GitHub stars and 147 GitHub forks.