Javascript frameworks 2020

Java script is one of the most essential object orient programming language designed to make web development. It makes things easier, more engaging, responsive, interactive, which helps in enhancing user experience.

With the advancement of technology, a various JavaScript framework has also emerged in the market. It is a tool that makes working with Java script easier and smoother, which is one of the reasons for its popularity in present times. It’s helpful for developers that don’t have enough experience to understand how the web platform works. With the help of this application framework written in JavaScript, programmers can manipulate the functions and use them for their convenience.

When it comes to deciding which JavaScript framework is perfect for your work, it can turn into a mind-boggling task. To make things easier, we help you out with our research work.

Angular

The most popular, powerful, efficient, and adaptable JavaScript frameworks for technological advancements. Angular is operated by Google and perfect for large UI applications. From routing templates to testing utilities in its package, it’s quick to develop robust web applications. Top Angular apps are PayPal, The Guardian, Upwork, JetBlue, etc. Angular 9.0.0 will soon be launched in 2020 without further delay.

React

It gives developers the ability to work with a virtual browser that is friendlier than the real browser. React JS is mostly preferred to build enterprise applications that are powerful and high performing. Instagram and Facebook are proof of its popularity due to a fast and efficient user interface. React 16.9 has several new features, bug fixes, and new deprecation, but 2020 all are waiting for React 17.

Vue

At present, 36,000 websites are using Vue; companies like StackOverflow, PlayStation, etc. are a few of the examples. They are relying on Vue for their websites UI, which conveys its efficiency. The documentation with Vue is in detailed format, which is helpful for users who know a little about JavaScript and HTML can develop his own application or web page.

Ember

Ember is an excellent choice in building large or complex client-side apps and in developing flexible web applications. It has quality support, unmatched admin control, and proves a better option for the client-side JavaScript framework. Popular websites like LinkedIn, Netflix, Nest store, Apple music are a few of the examples.

Node

Node is impactful in building light-weight applications that are unparalleled in performance. It is built on Google Chrome’s JavaScript Engine V8, due to which it provides faster services. Node built applications can be used on operating systems like Microsoft Windows, Linux, and macOS. Node 13.0.1 is the latest launched version. Few of the companies making use of Node are GoDaddy, Groupon, IBM, Yahoo, etc.

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What is JSON?

JSON stands for JavaScript Object Notation. JSON is a text syntax for storing and exchanging data between servers and browsers. As it is in text format, it is language independent.

Example:

{ “studentDetails” : {

“name” : “Jenilia”,

“id” : 1000234,

“specialization” : “Robotics”

}

}

 

How NodeJS Works? What is v8 Engine?

When Ryan Dahl started working on Node, and identifying the right language for creating this piece of software for making scalable server architectures, Javascript may not be the first language of choice. But the modularity, event-driven, asynchronous and concurrency-enabled language that javascript is quite surely fit the bill for his expectations and now javascript has to be compiled and run on a server!

How does Javascript run in a browser lets say Chrome?!

Google has built a system that is part of chrome, called the v8 engine which translates or compiles the JS code in a webpage to a C++ runnable logic and executes it as per the web page logic. This v8 engine is the core of javascript compilation and logical interpretation to make it run in our computer as logic. So extending over this v8 engine with more apt-packages of JS and modularity of it included, is the NodeJS. Obviously Google v8 engine cannot be just used as-is since it was built for web page interpretations and more suitable for webpage javascript.

Now, if you visit https://nodejs.org/en/ – the first thing you see is “Node.js® is a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine“. So its just a chrome rip-off which has more added features to enable it function on server side, and a bloody good one at that!