We have divided the trends into categories that you will relate to as a developer.
Front-end Development Trends:
When it comes to front-end development, there are a few frameworks that you ought to start using, if you have not done it up until now. React has been successfully implemented by Facebook while, Google is the testimony for Angular framework. Both the frameworks are powerful and have proven themselves in the true way.
Angular’s fan club includes the famous Forbes and Weather.com while, you have Airbnb, Instagram and Paypal whose websites have been designed using Angular.
Back-end Development Trends:
Node.js is currently leading the backend development frameworks. The powerful framework is capable of housing excellent performance and can offer quick scalability too. If you want to develop content heavy sites or wish to deliver real-time applications, you should ideally opt for Node.js. It is sensitive to the speed need posed by most websites.If you want to deliver an ecommerce site that carries a heavy load, and wishes to be optimized, then Node.js is your go-to framework.
Cross-platform Development Trends:
Secondly, you get cross-platform development, which means the time taken to develop for both iOs and Android is reduced and you get a better bargain. What more, the framework allows you to reuse the existing coding components, which makes it easier for you to reach the market. The performance of the apps delivered using React Native are said to be excellent. You can develop technology-intensive app solutions and manage a robust performance, all at the same time.
It is suitable for applications that are not too complex, yet content and technology driven. The performance of the apps delivered
Application Rendering Trends:
No complexity is involved with this framework, and it is pretty easy to set-up, which is also the main reason why you should opt for this framework. The framework ensures the content and the application are search optimized for Google, and ensures better ranking for your web and mobile app.
When it comes to server-side rendering, the resource requirement goes high, and you should plan your budget accordingly, even if you are planning to go with Next.js.
UI is evolving with the changing needs of consumer and the ever evolving nature of the physical components such as smartphones and their sizes. The best way to ensure you have designed a UI that works on all types of screens is develop and test it using Storybook. You can create the UI components, without really affecting the UI of your design. With this framework, the time taken to design your UI is relatively less, and the efforts drawn are reduced. The entire process is cost-effective.
It is important for companies to start working with the JS frameworks, and opt for the JS stack in order to deliver high-performance solutions.
Coruscate has expertise in Angular and Node application development. We have successfully delivered the application using the MEAN stack. You can always visit our portfolio page to see our success stories with the MEAN stack. If you have queries or wish to hire us for Java application development services, connect with us.
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