The year 2020 is around the corner, so it’s time to buckle up your seatbelts and get ready to master front and back-end web development frameworks to excel in the year 2020.
The rising popularity of Node.js has given Express an edge over other frameworks. The framework is quite popular among Uber, IBM, and Accenture. The great thing is that it is popular among frameworks like Sails, Loopback, and Kraken.
Express is known as the fastest and minimalistic framework. It consists of core framework functionality without leaving any Node features.
Although Express supports full application and is flexible, there is one drawback, which is there is no definite way to do things in Express. Or at least for beginners.
To start with, Google, YouTube, and Instagram are developed in this framework. It is a model-view-template framework that uses Python language.
It is convention over configuration patterns along with a DRY pattern. A critical thing with Django framework is that it gives a plentiful number of tools and techniques for the developers to secure the website. This prevents execution of code in the template layer.
Rails is a Model-View-Controller framework that uses Ruby, and it’s a popular framework that is loved by many developers. Airbnb, GitHub, Hulu, and Shopify are primary users of Rails. Rails are considered a beginner-friendly framework, and the fact pros and cons are debated, helps beginners get started with web development quite quickly.
There are many useful gems for rails, which are library-like dependencies that extend the functionalities of your application and helps you develop even faster and more efficiently. The Rails community is quite reliable and friendly, and there are many tutorials, screencasts, and resources that can help you become a rails expert in no time.
The main disadvantage of rails lies in the fact that they take vigorous effort to deploy and run in a production environment, and the learning curve of rails becomes steep once you dive deeper into the framework to unravel the magic behind it.
The all-time popular framework uses Java. Websites like Wix, BillGuard, and TicketMaster were developed by using the Spring framework. Spring comprises various sister projects that allow you to improve the performance and scale your business fast. The fact that it uses Java shows that it is a framework used by professionals. The learning curve is quite steep, especially if you don’t know Java it will be difficult for you to use this framework.
Mostly used to develop single-page applications. Its versatility enables programmers to build complete client-side applications.
This is a frontend library which is considered as a framework by developers. React was the first to adopt the component-based architecture which was later implemented by Angular, Vue, and other frameworks. The virtual dom by React makes it possible to manipulate dom quickly. It is easy to understand thanks to JSX syntax. React can be used for both client-side and server-side. Developed by Facebook and is used by Facebook and Instagram.
Vue.js is the latest addition in the framework family. It started small but evolved into the most trending JS frameworks currently in the market. There are a couple of likable things by Vue. Firstly, it is a progressive framework, which means that if you are working on a project, you can quickly adapt Vue for a portion of the project and everything will run smoothly. Secondly, it has the component architecture that allows for things such as encapsulation, isolation, and reusability for a single or set of components.
Some people are cautious in using the Vue framework is not backed by Google. So, it is a risk to invest in this framework.
Ember holds two-way data binding that Angular boasts but comes with a vast feature-set that you can use out of the box. Companies like Microsoft, Google, Netflix, and Heroku are already using this framework. Ember utilizes the best JS practices to maximize the developer’s productivity and eliminate time-wasting insignificant activities.
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