5 JavaScript Frameworks to Look for in 2017

JavaScript, the most commonly used programming language around the globe, continues to rise in popularity, making it essential for Java developers to stay abreast of top JavaScript frameworks. However, the stint to pick the best JavaScript framework for your web development or app development project is not easy. You first need to asses your project needs and see how suitable the functionality of a particular framework is for your development project. Read this blog to know and understand top 5 JavaScript frameworks you may like to consider for your development project in 2017.

A key to remember here is that every framework has its pros and cons. So, based on specific requirements of your development project, you could also find a framework, other than these five, the best fit for your project.

Top Five JavaScript Frameworks to Look for in 2017

#1 Angular.JS

Angular.JS, an open source framework supported by Google, is a structural framework for dynamic web apps. Angular paves the way to use HTML as a template language. It also enables developers to extend HTML’s syntax, which in turn allows to express your application’s components in a clear and succinct manner.

Angular is an MVC-type framework and offers two-way data binding between models and views. By the virtue of this data binding, it becomes possible to get automated updates on both the sides in an event of data change. Thus, Angular rids the need of performing the painstaking task of writing manual code for DOM manipulation.

The modern app world calls for stability, security and innovation. And this is what Angular ensures by allowing developers to combine the modern day development features with design elements. There are different versions of Angular you can use for your development project. However, the latest version, i.e. AngularJS 2.0, has gained a lot traction in quick time. The final version of Angular 2.0 was released on September 14, 2016, and is written entirely in Typescript and meets the ECMAScript 6 specification…Read full blog here – 5 JavaScript Frameworks to Look for in 2017

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