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Why are JavaScript Frameworks popular?

Why should you upgrade your website to a modern JavaScript Framework? Well, the most important reason is that they are new and better than the good ol’ HTML+CSS+JS. No matter what technology you are using on your back end, the end use is not going to care about it, if it does not look nice. That’s when modern JavaScript frameworks come into picture. These modern frameworks are so well designed, it eliminates most of the boring, repetitive, monotonous work. Instead you can focus on the more important part – The User Interface.

There are various reasons to upgrade to a JavaScript Framework.

  • Frameworks have shortcuts designed to make the task and functions easier.
  • Frameworks provide a lot of ready made code that makes a programmers job easier. On top of that, programmers make mistakes which are already taken care of, if you are using Frameworks.
  • Most of the Frameworks are open-source. Meaning you don’t have to pay for it to use them on your website.
  • Your programmers sucks. As bad as this may sound, no programmer is perfect. Programmers often tend to leave security bugs, loopholes where an attack might be able to get access to your confidential data. Its better to rely on.
  • JavaScript Frameworks are fast. Believe it or not, there are a lot of JS Frameworks that are faster, reliable, and more efficient than JavaScript.
  • JavaScript Frameworks allow you to do more with less code.

Consider this piece of code in JavaScript:

document.getElementbyId('myElement').style.display = 'none'; //Hide the element with id myElement

This can be easily done in jQuery in English like understandable words like this:

$('#myElement').hide();

I let you be the judge of what’s easier to write.

There are so many JavaScript Frameworks available in the market today.

I have made a list of some of the popular Frameworks/libraries that are freely available on the internet.

  1. jQuery
  2. Angular.JS
  3. BackBone.JS
  4. Ember.JS
  5. Node.JS
  6. Meteor.JS
  7. Ext.JS
  8. Dojo JS
  9. Mootools
  10. React.JS

There’s even some Frameworks which developers create for fun like DogeScript which was probably made just for fun which serves no practical use. Contact us for more info about your dream project.

 

 

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