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Javascript Frontend & Backend Frameworks Users Love

JavaScript is a high-level interpreted language, and along with HTML and CSS, it is one of the core technologies used by WWW – World Wide Web content production. Without the need for a plugin, all the modern web browsers support it, and a majority of websites employ it. The Application Programming Interface of Javascript enables developers to work with regular expressions, arrays, and text.

Although, JavaScript depends on its host environment to execute I/O functions such as networking, graphics, and storage. With JavaScript Libraries and Frameworks, developers can easily create applications for web-dedicated technologies like AJAX.

Currently, several libraries of JavaScript routines are available. In several cases, the libraries enable an application to detect its runtime environment. A JavaScript library with full-stack performances and other features is labeled as a framework. Javascript developers further categorize frameworks into front-end and back-end. Some of the highly popular front-end JavaScript frameworks, are ReactJS, AngularJS, and Ember.js, and a few common back-end frameworks are Meteor.js and Express.js.

Front-End Frameworks

Developers use front-end JavaScript frameworks to build interactive web apps. These frameworks are particularly valuable for enhancing the potential of single-page applications.

  • AngularJS

    AngularJS is a front-end Javascript framework that developers principally work to manage UI within the browser. It first scans the HTML page to retrieve the embedded tag properties, which it translates as directives. AngularJS then applies those instructions to designate the I/O elements of the page with JavaScript variables. This ability enables the browser to refresh a web page by embedding new content based on requests for unperformed information, thus bypassing the necessity to ask for a fresh page from the server.
    One of the most notable benefits of this framework is that it isn’t reliant upon a particular back end. It only accords with the API interface, so AngularJS operates as long as the API manages its data requests suitably. Developers can, consequently, improve an application’s backend quickly without changing the front end. This feature is particularly advantageous when creating a mobile app for an existing website.
  • ReactJS

    Facebook released ReactJS in 2013 and already is in serious competition with AngularJS; however, ReactJS is a pretty much favorite choice of developers. For both Facebook and Instagram, ReactJS powers the UI, so the apps are large and dynamic. It acts as the View component of the MVC – model-view-controller architecture.
    ReactJS enables the developers to create a virtual DOM – Document Object Module, providing the client and server sides to interact more promptly. This feature is most beneficial for applications that need a robust MVC View component without complicating Model and Controller parts. ReactJS is also useful for the apps that require a View component for another front-end framework. Further, the benefits of ReactJS resolves some serious issues of SEO – Search Engine Optimization.
  • Ember.js

    When the data of a web page change, Ember.js an MVC Javascript framework automatically updates it. It also comes with an engine that supports the RESTful – Representational State Transfer API web services. Ember.js is created to develop complex web apps without the developers need to spend additional time understanding and to perform it.
    Ember.js is intended to accomplish the two-way binding of AngularJS and the server-side UI interpretation of ReactJS. On the server side, Ember.js goes well with Fastboot.js to execute DOMs – a similar to the method that ReactJS applies for UI rendering. Ember.js is best satisfied for projects with tight financial plans and timelines that allow developers to take full benefit of its various features. Ember.js isn’t as developed as the above listed two front-end JavaScript frameworks, although the development team is presently working to fix this shortcoming.

Back-End JavaScript Frameworks

The chief role of back-end JavaScript frameworks is to implement RESTful API services. This need covers the majority of an app’s non-UI features such as image storage, database modification, and access authentication.

  • Meteor.js

    Released in 2012 by the Meteor development group, Meteor.js is a full-stack development framework. It offers excellent functionality that empowers developers to create web apps entirely in JavaScript from inception to end. Furthermore, to the front-end UI rendering, Meteor.js provides back-end development features such as architectural structuring and database management. It also offers a broad set of modular packages and libraries that developers can work on demand. Moreover, Meteor doesn’t require developers learn other languages as it only employs JavaScript.
    The most important point for using Meteor.js is the course needed to implement it. Meteor.js uses global variables and is dependent upon MongoDB, both of which expand its development time. Moreover, Meteor.js doesn’t use a npm-type package manager to handle runtime environment of JavaScript, making it adequately suited for projects that don’t want to be up and working quickly. Though, these problems become less meaningful over the existence of a long-term project.
  • Express.js

    A JavaScript back-end framework called Express.js is created to build flawless web apps and APIs. This framework is the back-end part of the MEAN stack, which further includes AngularJS for the front-end, MongoDB for the database, and for the JavaScript runtime environment, it uses Node.js. The Express.js core has comparatively minimal functionality compared to Meteor.js, while many added functions are accessible via plugins. This method means that Express.js doesn’t support the typical MVC model for web app development as it’s designed to build web applications instantly with less development effort.
    Distributed under the MIT License, Express.js is open-source software, which usually means that it’s free to use and develop.

Conclusion

There are several frameworks which you can choose accordingly and also hire JavaScript developer to get started quickly with your web application need. The most important factors in determining a suitable JavaScript framework involves the type of project and the requirements and the developer’s preferences as well.

The popularity of Javascript is growing rapidly, and this growth is being encouraged by the fundamental requirement for a UI framework in current web applications, particularly in the cases of ReactJS and AngularJS.

by Vishal R May 24, 2017 

Vishal is known for two things: his excellent knowledge in Technology and his approach towards life . He is very energetic person that anyone would enjoy working with him. Vishal does what he loves and loves what he does! He is Man of his work and a life long learner.

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