10 Best Web Development Frameworks to Use in 2022
25 August 2021

10 Best Web Development Frameworks to Use in 2022

If you’re an aspiring web developer looking to break into the field or a businessman looking to build your web application, you may be wondering which web development frameworks are the best ones to choose in 2022. With so many choices out there, that can be a difficult question to answer. Instead of taking the word of any one source, let’s look at some facts in order to get an idea of what’s hot right now and what will remain popular moving forward as we head into 2022 and beyond. Here are the top 10 best web development frameworks for 2022.

1) React.js

React.js is a JavaScript library used to build user interfaces for web applications and mobile single-page applications. It was developed by Facebook, Instagram, and some of their third-party developers as an alternative to AngularJS.

When you’re building a new application or website, one of your biggest concerns is what technologies you’ll use. You want to make sure that they will work well together with your other dependencies, such as Ruby on Rails or .NET/C# frameworks.

It’s very common for web development teams to standardize on a set of preferred frameworks so that they can more easily share code across multiple projects while ensuring optimal performance.

2) Angular

Google’s Angular JS framework is a popular option for developers and designers looking to create interactive web applications. Angular’s popularity comes from its versatility. It can be used for any type of application, whether you’re building a web app, native mobile app, or even a desktop app.

For example, if you’re using Google Maps on your website, it’s powered by Angular JS. It uses declarative programming that makes it easy to build user interfaces and handle data binding between views with models.

Along with making your code easier to write, declarative programming also makes it easier to read and understand because you can simply look at how something is supposed to work and not how it works under the hood.

3) Vue.js

Vue.js is one of the best web development frameworks for building user interfaces. It’s often regarded as an Angular competitor, and it has gained immense popularity in a short period of time.

If you’re looking to build fast, simple, and intuitive UI components for your next project, Vue might be a good fit for you. Like most modern JavaScript frameworks, Vue can be used to build single-page applications (SPAs) that can communicate with APIs over HTTP(S).

4) Aurelia

Meteor is a full-stack JavaScript framework for building modern web and mobile applications. Meteor comes with built-in support for data storage, server communication, front-end rendering, user authentication, and more.

It also includes integrations with all of your favorite development tools (e.g., Babel, React Native), so you can use a single language for everything you build. Meteor offers a seamless out-of-the-box experience so that developers can immediately begin working on new projects without setting up infrastructure or worrying about configuration issues.

If you’re already familiar with Node.js or any of JavaScript’s most popular frameworks (React, Angular), then Meteor will feel very similar.

5) Meteor.js

Meteor is a free and open-source JavaScript framework for building top-quality web apps in a fraction of the time, whether you’re an expert developer or just getting started. Meteor makes it easy to set up your project, build a superb UI, add mobile support, access data easily from anywhere with simple APIs, and publish your app using meteor deploy.

Use Meteor’s extremely fast real-time database to instantly view changes users make without needing to reload. Meteor also features a comprehensive package system that makes it easy to reuse code written by others. In addition to helping you develop faster, Meteor includes security features that help protect against hacking and unauthorized access attempts from within your application or from external websites.

6) Ember.js

Ember.js is a JavaScript web framework that enables you to build scalable single-page web applications that load instantly, run everywhere, and are easy to test. Designed around a convention over configuration philosophy, Ember’s architecture takes care of much of what developers don’t like about traditional web development.

With an emphasis on intuitive tools and predictable conventions, building rich Ember applications is efficient and enjoyable for developers of all skill levels. One year after its public launch in December 2011 (at jQuery Conference) Ember became one of several JavaScript MVC frameworks (along with BackboneJS, Spine, ReactJS) officially recommended by Google for use with their new Google Apps Script environment for developing Business Applications for Google Drive, Gmail, etc.

7) Ext JS

Ext JS is an open source JavaScript framework for creating interactive cross-platform applications using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. It allows to rapidly develop rich web interfaces for desktop and mobile environments.

The main feature of Ext JS is that its components are available on all supported platforms by default. This means that a developer can use them without having to implement specific code in order to support each individual platform.

In addition, since Ext JS supports all popular browsers, developers can build their applications once but they will be able to run it across multiple platforms with little or no changes to their code.

8) Polymer.dart

Polymer.dart is a web development framework built on Dart. Polymer is a library that encapsulates reusable design patterns and adheres to Google’s Material Design standards, allowing designers and developers to build consistent experiences using familiar HTML elements.

It also provides rich APIs for animations, transitions, gestures, hardware access, and more so that you can deliver beautiful native-quality experiences in your apps. Finally, it makes heavy use of a feature known as Shadow DOM that allows developers to compartmentalize their work from other parts of an app without changing how those parts look or behave by default.

9) Cordova/PhoneGap

Cordova or PhoneGap are two popular open source frameworks for building mobile apps. Because of their popularity, it’s easy to find developers familiar with them. One downside is that many Cordova/PhoneGap plugins aren’t free; you’ll need to purchase or subscribe to them before you can use them in your app.

That said, these frameworks are great for cross-platform development, meaning that you’ll be able to launch on Android and iOS platforms right away, without having to build separate versions of your app for each platform.

10) Node.js

Node.js is a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine. Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient, perfect for data-intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices.

Its package ecosystem, npm, is the largest ecosystem of open source libraries in history. To date, Node has been used to build tens of thousands of applications across many technology stacks.

Conclusion

You know what they say: if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. The same goes for web development. If you don’t have a strategy in place from day one, your site is going to struggle against your competitors.

This list features only some of many web development frameworks and programming languages available on today’s market – so choose wisely! You may choose a good web development company in India that can assist you in choosing the right framework for your project. Good luck with your next project!

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By Manmeet Anand

Manmeet singh is a SENIOR SOFTWARE ENGINEER with TIS India Business Consultants Pvt. Ltd. from many Years. He is a programming geek who spends most of his time developing web applications , enhancing user experiences and creating usable softwares. He has helped many overseas clients come out of the project management nightmares by comprehensive requirement analysis and ensuring timely delivery of projects.

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