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Where are JavaScript frameworks going in 2017?

Where are JavaScript frameworks going in 2017?

JavaScript has been a cornerstone of web development – well, of good web development – for years. If you haven’t jumped on the bandwagon yet, it is high time that you do. Technology isn’t waiting around for anybody, and the development and tools of JavaScript in particular are very fast-paced.

Even if you are familiar with JavaScript and some of its frameworks, what was the best of the best in 2016 may well be completely outdated and replaced by newer technology in 2017. Thankfully, we are here to help you find the hottest JavaScript frameworks and libraries to get into this year.

No more excuses – make learning JavaScript frameworks one of your new year’s resolutions. Trust me, it’s easier than going to the gym.

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Why Vue JS?

Why Vue JS?

JavaScript to web development is like an engine to a mechanic – it’s just not going to work without it. As there are about as many (good) JS frameworks as there are car brands, picking the right one can get confusing pretty fast. Whoever you ask will have an opinion, and asking five people will likely get you five different answers, all with good arguments as to why their favourite is the best.

Unfortunately, there is no one-size-fits-all. Personal preferences, projects, teams all factor into making the ‘right’ decision – but some frameworks are definitely more versatile than others. ‘Purists’ will argue that Backbone, being very small and light is the best choice, ‘Traditionalists’ will argue that jQuery is the go-to solution, and so on and so forth.

While some trial and error will probably be required to find the best solution for you, Vue JS 2.0 is definitely worth a look. Not as ‘bare’ as Backbone, not nearly as rigid and huge as Angular or React it gets the job done without any additional libraries, extensions, plug-ins or what-have-you’s.

That isn’t to say that there aren’t any – in awesome-vue you will find anything your heart desires, the selling point is, however, that you won’t need them. Focussed on the view layer, it is still perfectly capable of powering single-page apps all by itself.

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Up-and-coming JavaScript frameworks & libraries to watch out for in 2016

Up-and-coming JavaScript frameworks & libraries to watch out for in 2016

After some general JavaScript tips for beginners, a 7-item master JavaScript edition and learning about getting started with AngularJS + Angular2 + ReactJS + NodeJS and a comparison of React vs Angular 2 in this blog post we are going to list four JavaScript frameworks and JavaScript libraries you should start getting familiar with as they could become huge this year.

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