Most important frameworks for JavaScript-based websites and apps

If we talk about the framework, then first thing is to notice that there is a lot of frameworks available out there, allowing developers to choose the right to suit the task at hand. In these frameworks, some framework contains lots of features – which make developers work relevant for a full-blown application workflow.

Increasing the demand of the JavaScript, most of the JavaScript development is happening based on the MVC-style framework (Model, View, Control). Some well known and famous framework that developers might consider is Backbone.Js, Ember.Js, and Angular Js. Each of these frameworks has its own building blocks and MVC style with JavaScript.

Backbone.js

Due to the availability of the models with key-value binding and custom events Backbone.Js gives structure to web applications.

Ember.js

It is built for productivity. It is also an Extremely rich templating system with composed views and UI bindings. It’s friendly API’s help us to work our job fast.

AngularJS

It is a JavaScript framework from Google for application development. AngularJS is a toolset for building the advanced single page application (SPA) UI. It is fully extensible and works with other libraries. For a unique development, we can modify or replaced feature of AngularJS according to necessities for unique development.

In the last couple of years, JavaScript has made strides in mobile devices. Lots of features of mobile space are being developed using JavaScript. Using HTML5 and JavaScript, Cross Platform application can be developed with audio, video, and geo location. If we talk about mobile browser then the latest mobile OS (Operating System) like android 4 and ios 5, have boosted the demand of JavaScript. The latest web apps called chrome beta release for android 4 and iOS also further improves the performance of web apps. These apps provide an impressive user experience and also fast.

JavaScript micro-libraries, like Zepto.js and jQuery mobile rapidly-expanding mobile-specific, helps a mobile developer to use JavaScript micro-libraries, that has been optimized for mobile and excludes irrelevant desktop operations.

Pros and Cons of using a framework:

When we use the well-known framework, it boosts the development process. Most of the framework are open source, which means we can update the code and develop according to our choice.

On the negative side, if we are not understanding or handle the framework correctly and we are still changing and updating then framework can be slow or it’s slow down the development process respectively.

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Published on 31/01/2017

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