- Native browser API
LWC uses web standards which makes it better performant as it uses web stack features implemented in native browsers, unlike Aura framework, which needed a proprietary component model, proprietary language extensions, and proprietary modules.
With LWC, very few code lines are required compared to Aura, which saves a lot of critical time and empowers developers to maximize productivity and minimize the complexities involved in building use-cases.
As LWC is open source and uses web standards, you can easily use it in a non-Salesforce runtime environment, i.e., you write your code on a platform and use it elsewhere.
- Easy to ramp
Unlike Aura, Components LWC has no additional framework; this makes the transitions a lot easier.