In the age of digital transformation, with an abundance of information, nothing is everlasting. Constant change has become the norm in all aspects of our existence. The process of web development is not an exception as well. The recent technological advancements and innovations have changed the way we approach it. The potential has improved substantially with the invention of new programming languages, frameworks and a lot more. Here we discuss the web development trends that will manifest in the year of 2018.
Top Web Development Trends to Look Out For
Constant innovation and change is the key to the world progress. The branch of web development has undergone persistent changes throughout the years. Here in this document, we feature the most recent upgrades in the field of web development.
The Rising Popularity of Vue JS
One of the 10 most-forked GitHub projects in 2017, Vue Js, has attracted a wide range of audiences from different streams of the industry. Because of its unrivaled performance and also the factor of efficiency, Vue JS has gone surpassed the influence of React and Angular. Angular and React were much familiar and were supported by Google and Facebook respectively. Whilst, Vue JS was an open source framework, originally developed and deployed by an individual Evan You. Despite the struggles and competition, in 2018, Vue JS has claimed back the industry through sheer innovation and persistence. Currently, big enterprises such as Expedia, Alibaba, Nintendo, GitLab, and many have begun using Vue JS. And in the future, a lot of many organizations will consider adopting the same.
ES6 and ES7 to Impact Functional Programming
Accelerated Mobile Pages to Improve the Mobile Experience
AMP or accelerated mobile pages is a known factor as for now. Since the Google began sponsoring it, using the same has become a norm already. However, it can drastically improve the performance of your web content and advertisements. And if you implemented it in the right manner, it will positively impact your site speed, user experience, and revenue as well. Because the number of mobile users has increased substantially, the demand for AMP has grown much higher as well.