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Top JavaScript Frameworks in 2020: How to Make Your Choice

JavaScript (JS) remains the top-notch web programming language and a popular choice amongst front-end web developers. The tools required for frontend web development are rampantly evolving. Our Web design company in USA, UI/UX company in USA has predicted a list of the top JavaScript Frameworks to choose from in 2020.

1.      Angular

This remains the at the top position on the tech boards of the app development companies in the USA as first choice for building Single Page Application (SPA). It is a full-featured JS framework due to benefits such as complete tool set, large environment, high-quality code generation and an elegant programming style.

2.      Aurelia

Aurelia is a promising tool that presents itself as a collection of JavaScript modules combined into a powerful platform for building web applications. It follows ECMAScript standard and permits for creation of browser, desktop and web applications. Aurelia complies with convention over configuration (CoC) philosophy. Most of it is pre-configured and ready-to-use and all developers need is to begin coding directly.

3.      React

React, also known as React.js is developed and maintained by Facebook and remains a viable spot among the leading JavaScript frameworks. It functions on reactive approach and introduces plenty of its own concepts to the front-end framework. Two of its two salient features, namely Concurrent Mode and the Suspension Model, both of which make React apps more responsive to user inputs.

4.      Vue

Vue.js is gaining huge momentum in the mobile market and is giving tough competition to Angular and React as it offers better front-end security and because of the Redux library. Its very basic functionalities include ease of integration with different programming languages, less steep learning curve and a hassle-free set-up experience. Vue is excellent in terms of its workflows as compared to its counterparts.

5.      Ember

Ember is client-side, open-source framework for creating single-page web applications with complex user interaction. It realises a typical MVC JavaScript framework and owns a rather intricate architecture comprising adaptors, components, controllers, models, routes, helpers, services, templates and addons. The Ember CLI (command-line interface) provides a standard application structure and creates pipelines.

6.      Node

Node.js is one of the best cross-platform app development frameworks, which has earned a repute into the list of JS frameworks that will enjoy the limelight in the market in 2020.This framework is open-source JavaScript runtime environment that provides a myriad of benefits to app developers in terms of ease of learning, higher scalability, full-stack software development options, higher performance with the help of Google V8 engine, huge community, etc. 

7.      Backbone

Backbone is based on MVC architecture and helps implement component logic like a Controller. Backbone arrays can be used to separate the models in apps that are developed for different types of users. It is lightweight, offers event-driven communication features, and can be easily synchronized with back end projects to deliver support for Restful APIs. It is a preferred choice for MVP development because of its option of streamlining the callbacks between views and models and managing what is changed in the view.

By Sandeep Chauhan

Sandeep Chauhan is a Software Developer at plancoders. He loves to build beautiful Mobile Apps, and Websites.

In the past, he has worked in companies like OpenText, Intel, CenturyLink, and Walmart Labs.

He is the founding CTO of Dealsite (prev WorkingGroupLink), GoPetie, and HRaspirin. Sandeep created the first version of Doc.com (prev Docademic), and helped develop ScaleLab product.

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