Top 10 Front End Technologies For Web Development in 2020

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Here, I’ll discuss with you the Top 10 Front End Technologies For Web Development in 2020.

Let’s get some basic information about front-end technology first.

The front-end stack is made up of many different languages and libraries. There are only a few generic languages understood by all web browsers.

These three main front-end coding languages are HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

In fact, you might think of a webpage as a car. The initial UX design is a blueprint. HTML is the basic design of a car.

CSS is the paint, texture, and other aesthetic decisions that make a car look attractive.

And finally, JavaScript is the internal operation of a car. CSS and HTML are external parts of cars.

Top 10 Front End Technologies For Web Development in 2020


1. Reactjs

React is a front-end library developed by Facebook. It’s a JavaScript library for building user interfaces.

React web development require some familiarity with programming in JavaScript.

Don’t require being an expert, but it’s harder to learn both React and JavaScript at the same time.

Uses virtual DOM. This will improve web performance faster than the regular DOMOnly View Part Support
It is Component-based libraries so helps to maintain larger applicationComplex JSX, hard to Understand
Debugging is getting easy with the Chrome extension 

2. Angular

Angular is an application framework and development platform for creating single-page applications.

To start with angular, you have to be familiar with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.

Most Angular code can be written with just the latest JavaScript(TypeScript).

Using types for dependency injection, and using decorators for metadata.

It can be scaled to large teamsYou need to learn TypeScript
Good DocumentationIt’s not flexible as other frameworks

3. VueJs

Vue is a JavaScript framework for building user interfaces.

Vue is capable of making SPA when used in combination with modern tooling and libraries.

It is very easy to install in applications and libraries.

VueJs is easy to learn and workingsNot big community
Its documentation is easy to understandLess Job compare to other libraries

4. Flutter

Flutter is Google’s UI toolkit for building beautiful, native applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase.

Fast DevelopmentLimited Library
Expressive and Flexible UIMobile Only

5. TypeScript

TypeScript is a programming language developed and maintained by Microsoft.

It is designed for the development of large applications and transcompiles to JavaScript.

TypeScript extends JavaScript by adding types.

Types provide a way to describe the shape of an object and validate that your code is working correctly.

Power of OOPs ConceptLearning
Readability and Type SafetyNot true static types

6. Bootstrap

Bootstrap is a free front-end framework for faster and easier web development.

It also gives you the ability to easily create responsive designs.

Bootstrap 4 is compatible with all modern the browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer 10+, Edge, Safari, and Opera.

Fast, easy to set up, no preprocessor neededLacks unique visual style
Consistence design across the applicationDiv-heavy code

7. Backbone.js

Backbone.js is a fast lightweight JavaScript library.

It allows to development and structure of client-side applications that run in a web browser.

Easy to learn the frameworkToo much effort require to write the code
Offers huge control on performanceBackbone.js has unclear architecture

8. Ember

Ember.js is a JavaScript framework for building modern web page applications.

It includes everything you need to build complex UIs that work on any modern browser.

Its provide many futures to developers to write code easily and manage complex part of a web application.

Ember CLI, Components, Routing, Services, Ember Data, Ember Inspector, are a list of emberjs futures.

Offers long term support and maintenanceSlow app rendering make application slower
Server-side rendering with data bindingSmall developers community

9. Ionic

Ionic is open source UI toolkit for building a high-quality Android, IOS, and web application.

Using technologies: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript – with integration most popular frameworks like Angular, Vue and React.

Alternatively, it can be used standalone without any frontend framework using a simple script include.

Time Efficiency & Fast PerformanceNative code require
Growing Community & Readymade componentApp performance lack

10. Knockout.js

knockout.js is a free and open-source library written in pure JavaScript.

Knockout.js works with any web development framework. It’s a very small lightweight library also supporting modern browsers.

Light and fast, only 41 kbJQuery templates are not completely supported
Declarative two-way bindingNo support has based routing


All of this is the framework of my recommendations based on my experience and stack overflow trends.

I think now you have an idea of which framework is best.

Now you can easily choose the best framework based on the project requirements.

Jay Hind.

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