2021’s Top Front-End Development Trends
Svelte is used by 15% of front-end developers in their app development due to the following benefits:-
- short syntax;
- Web app creation that is quick and lean;
- Simple code splitting and other advantages.
In a recent research, The State of JS placed React as the 2nd most fascinating, pleasant and widely used framework. However, this does not imply that React is losing ground. According to the same report, 19.1 percent of those surveyed, want to add React to their tech stack and 64.8 percent plan to use it in front-end development.
React is likely to have a successful year in 2021, as its npm package downloads surpassed 10 million in April, which is 5 times larger than AngularJS.
Let’s look at some of the aspects that make Vue.js such a popular choice among software developers:
- minimal size and light as compared to competing frameworks, such as AngularJS
- uses a virtual DOM to speed up content and page rendering
- for improved code reusability and fewer coding errors, supports third-party libraries for JS dependency injection (Vue Injector)
- includes reusable UI components for speedy web application creation and maintenance
- one-way data binding that speeds up and simplifies data transfer between components
Third release of Vue.js came with the following features:-
- layered modules and smaller bundle sizes
- Composition API simplifies work with large-scale applications
- Its ‘compiler-informed virtual DOM’ improves performance
- TypeScript integration and enhanced support, among other things
That said, keep an eye out for the following frameworks and libraries in 2021 :