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A Tech stack includes all the programming languages, tools and frameworks that are used by developers to create web and mobile applications. It includes front end and back end components, also known as the client side and server side. It is important that you must work with the latest proven technologies to ensure that your software stays relevant and matches market requirements for the next few years. To help you make your picks, we’ve compiled a list of all the most popular web tech stacks in 2019 for you!

Front-end technologies: 

The front end, or the client-side of a website is what users interact with. Front-end technologies have to do with the website’s user-facing code and the architecture of its user interfaces and experiences. Here we’ll look at the most popular solutions for custom front-end development.

Angular

A popular Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework, Angular comprises components like declarative templates, dependency injection, end to end tooling, and integrated best practices to solve development challenges. This framework allows you to easily write structured and easy to support code for dynamic web apps. The present version is Angular 7. To make the best use of Angular you should use Typescript.

MEAN Stack

MEAN is an open source, user-friendly full-stack JavaScript framework popularly used for building dynamic websites and applications.  The name MEAN is an acronym of its components:  MongoDB – a database, Express.js – a web framework , Angular – a front-end framework and Node.js – backend environment. As all the components use JavaScript, this is an efficient and modern approach to web development.

React.js

React is an increasingly popular Javascript library for building user interfaces. React  has significant advantages over Angular due to virtual DOM (Document Object Model), which allows faster and easier implementation of changes. However, it comes with some  limitations as well.  React is a library and not a framework, so this means that there are limits on the core functionality, forcing developers to work with third-party services.

Vue.js

A lightweight alternative to Angular JS is VueJS, a progressive JavaScript framework with an extensive library for building interactive web interfaces. Vue offers basic functionality out-of-the-box and provides speed in development that is very important in today’s technology driven market. Its functionality is extended through third-party services. Vue.js is also used together with MongoDB, Express.js, and Node.js as a part of the MEVN stack.

Back-end technologies:

Back-end technologies have to do with the server-side of applications. The back-end of a website consists of a server, an application, and a database, and involves the technology that powers those components.  We bring you a compilation of the most popular solutions for custom backend.

Node.js

A very important component of all of the above-described web development stacks, Node.js is an open source server environment used to build server-side apps. Developers must be well versed in Javascript in order to work with Node.js. Node.js runs on various platforms  including Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac OS X, and so on. Its advantages stem from the fact that Node uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model to makes it lightweight and efficient.

Django

Django is a high-level Python web framework that pairs well with basically any frontend framework, including the ones described above. It is designed for rapid development using clean, pragmatic code. Django is free and open source and comes with the ability to work with a number of third-party packages. Using Django, applications can be taken from concept to completion in the shortest possible time.

Laravel

Laravel is a powerful and popular PHP framework, known for its ease of use in creating highly responsive applications. Its simple yet highly functional toolkit can be used to design state of the art web applications. The expressive design and elegant syntax of Laravel, allowing rapid development capabilities, makes it an enjoyable framework to work with. Laravel works well with Vue.js,  Angular and React.

Conclusion

If you follow and deploy the latest trends in web development, you can offer your users a high-tech  experience and take your web app rankings up a notch or two. Get noticed and stand apart from your peers by using the latest cutting-edge technologies. If you would like some advice on how to get started, our experts are ready to help!

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