Though Aura and LWC can co-exist in the ecosystem, developers are more interested in migrating the Aura Framework to Salesforce LWC. So they are seeking to know the benefits and functionalities associated with this new component.
Following are the differences in features between the two-component to make development easy and increase business value.
Use Of Native Browser APIs
Since the introduction of Lightning Experience, the component is continuously contributing to web standards. As per the evolution of web standards, browser vendors implement them in native browser APIs. Salesforce keeps changing the functionalities to meet with significant browser vendors for priorities alignment.
Aura framework used a proprietary component model, language extensions, and modules, but LWC uses web stack features that browsers implement natively. So it is clear to state that LWC web apps are substantially more effective.
As Salesforce LWC is an open-source platform capable of aligning with web standards, it can quickly work outside the platform. For example, developers can write a component on the platform and reuse that component somewhere else.
Developers don’t need to worry about backward compatibility while deploying LWC-based web applications to a larger audience across browsers.
Why Developers Should Choose LWC Instead of Aura Components
No abstraction layer is added to LWC; this component renders faster than the Aura component and provides enhanced performance.
It is a lightweight framework built on web standards. So LWC is faster in loading than Aura components.
Developers can write components that have no user interface in LWC. Then, later on, those components can be reused in other components.
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