8 Web Development Frameworks

8 Best Web Development Frameworks 2019

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Change is the only constant, and technology trends change in the blink of an eye. It has become crucial to be on top of the game, especially when the game is to experiment with the latest web development frameworks.

2019 is not that far (sudden realization), and the lists of the best web frameworks are already being rolled out. There are several web application development frameworks that are easily accessible and make it less cumbersome for the web developers when it comes to developing hefty websites. That being said, here’s a list of the 8 best web development frameworks that we believe are ready to take 2019 by storm.

React.js:

React.js is a famous and highly recommended open-source JavaScript library. Supported by Facebook, plus other individual developer communities, this web development tool is used mainly for creating amazing web application user interfaces. React.js web development is an ideal option when it comes to building effortless websites. It allows developers to create coding components that can be used again without the need of rewriting a new one. React.js works remarkably on cross platforms and is extremely adaptable as it can be easily and conveniently adopted.

Node.js:       

Node.js is a trusted framework for developing efficient, productive, and lightweight websites. Real-time apps with an enormous amount of data reap the most out of Node.js framework as it works effortlessly. Node.js takes care of the scalability and flexibility of the application, without compromising on the performance, as it is skilled to handle multiple applications simultaneously.

Laravel:

Laravel is an e-commerce website development framework that is hard to ignore. It is an open-source PHP web framework that is best known to build great quality applications. This amazing framework makes designing, developing, and customizing websites super easy and quick. Laravel offers scalable migration options, version control for databases, dependency containers, and a lot more.

Ruby on Rails:

Ruby on Rails (RoR), an open source framework that runs on Linux, is quite popular among web developers. Big websites like Basecamp, Airbnb, Zendesk, and Hulu are built on Ruby on Rails. Ruby on Rails is a crucial component of the entire e-commerce web application architecture as it enables developers to accelerate their developmental stages from planning stages. Being a robust web application framework, RoR follows a model-view-controller (MVC) standard that offers a default structure for web pages and web services. Apart from that, it also makes use of other standards like Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY), Convention over Configuration (CoC), etc.

Angular.js:

A popular open-source front-end web framework maintained by Google, Angular.js is best known for building single web page apps with the help of MVC architectural pattern. Angular.js enables extending HTML vocabulary for the applications and provides a distinguished environment for a speedy development. This framework has a lightweight codebase and can be easily integrated into existing libraries.

Asp.net:

Built by Microsoft, Asp.net is another popular framework praised by web developers. Asp.net is a powerful web framework capable of building strong and dynamic web pages and sites. Asp.net has a solid architecture with a modern user interface which makes it one of the most popular web development framework. It is considered to be a secure and reliable server-side platform that assists developers in creating custom web applications.

Symfony:

Popularly recognized as a stable PHP framework, Symfony is clearly made for complicated projects. It helps web developers in creating dynamic websites along with its ability to create user-friendly applications. This framework allows applications to run with a higher efficiency and offers a flexible environment for maintaining web applications. It also reduces the task of repetitive coding.

Meteor.js:

Meteor.js is the master of rapid software development. It is a full-stack web framework consisting of a set of packages and libraries all bound together. Meteor.js requires fewer codes, implying that there would be fewer bugs and a highly flexible app. This framework is extensively used for hybrid app development as it builds applications faster. One of the reasons it is preferred widely is that it provides a scalable and integrated application development environment. For compilation, Meteor.js uses Apache Cordova which cuts the need to write separate codes.

Author Bio:

Ajeet Singh

Co-Founder & Director, Business Management

Ajeet is responsible for driving sales, forging strategic partnerships and managing key Client relationships for Algoworks in the United States and Canada. In the past, Ajeet has held consulting roles with various global technology leaders, such as Globallogic & HSBC in India.