Four Trends With JavaScript To Keep An Eye On

Everyone has an opinion on Javascript. It sometimes gets hard to find the right framework when you have everyone in the world posting their opinions. I have listed below, some of the latest trends with Javascript you should try to keep an eye on. These trends may not match everyone’s opinions, but do they match with what tech geeks are saying is the best to go with right now. 

1)Vue JS

Vue is one of the latest in the string of rising stars. It comes highly recommended by some of our top tech geeks. It has the simplicity that the novices want and the complexity that the more advanced minds need. 

The best part about this one is it uses an HTML-based language. That means you will not need to learn TypeScript, which is a requirement for some of these new platforms. You can stay with HTML unless you prefer to switch over. 

One more great thing about Vue is that you do not need to keep it hidden underneath your web platform. You can bring it out and use it as part of your project. I guess it depends on the type of project you are working on. 

2)React JS

React has been around for some time now. You may not have heard of it because Vue and React have been getting more attention among Java enthusiasts. It has been endorsed by quite a few large tech companies, including Facebook. Facebook uses it quite often. You can go and visit one of the community platforms on Facebook to find out more. I will warn you though. There are some people in the React community that can get pretty “loud” about their opinions. Try to take some of the comments with a grain of salt. 

FYI: React has a lot of the same features that Vue does, including HTML. There is equal footing when it comes to community support for both. 

3)Ember JS

How many of you use the Apple iTunes Store. including their products, downloading music, or other apps? You have used the Ember platform then. The other cool thing about Ember is it includes things like Brocolli. JS and JSHint. The first one can translate languages without much loading time. The second one will verify whether or not you are abiding by the rules. 

Ember is not as popular, but it is popular and strong enough to merit being on the list. 

4)Node JS

This one works on a much larger scale. It is large enough for companies like Netflix, eBay, and Paypal to use. You have used this application already if you visit one of these sites. 

The great thing about this application is it can work with front and backend applications, similar to the way Vue and React work. The current listing for Node has fetched more than 6,000 searches.