Top 10 web development frameworks 2019

A web application framework created to develop high-quality web applications, including web services, web resources, and web APIs. Web frameworks provide a standard way to create and implement web applications on the World Wide Web.

Here is the list of TOP-10 most used web frameworks in 2019:

1.      Laravel

2.      Ruby on Rails

3.      Django

4.      Flask

5.      React JS

6.      Vue.js

7.      Backbone

8.      Cake PHP

9.      Bootstrap

10.   Google Web Toolkit

 

1.  Laravel

Laravel is a free PHP based web framework and one of the best frameworks in 2019, built by Taylor Otwell and dedicated to the development of web applications following the architectural model view controller and based on Symfony.

It is a more advanced alternative of the CodeIgniter framework, which did not provide some advance features, such as integrated support for user authentication and authorization.

Stable release: 6.5.1 / November 12, 2019

2. Ruby on Rails

Ruby on Rails, or Rails, is a server-side web application framework written in Ruby follows the MVC architectural pattern, which provides default structures for a database, a web service, and web pages

This is one of the best web development frameworks in 2019 formulated through the Ruby programming language and performed on Linux.

Stable release6.0.2.1 / December 18, 2019

 

3. Django

Django is one of the free and open-source web frameworks based on Python, which follows the architectural model-template-view pattern. It is maintained by Django Software Foundation, an independent organization established as a 501 non-profit organization.

The main objective of Django is to facilitate the creation of complex websites based on databases.

Stable release3.0.1 / December 08, 2019

 

4. Flask

Flask is one of the TOP 2019 Python-based web frameworks that make a developer's life easier by creating reliable, scalable and maintainable web applications. It has no capacity for database abstraction, form validation or any other component where pre-existing third-party libraries share common functions.

Stable release: 1.1.1 / July 08, 2019

 

5. React JS

React is a declarative, efficient and flexible JavaScript library for easy to build interactive user interfaces. It is created by Facebook and a community of developers and individual companies. It gives the ability to reuse the current code and the implied DOM, which is responsible for the general activity of the comfortable user.

Stable release: 16.12.0 / November 14, 2019

 

6. Vue JS

Vue.js is an open-source and one of the top JavaScript framework Model-view-ViewModel to build single-page user interfaces and applications. It was created by Evan You and is maintained by him and the rest of the active members of the core team from several companies such as Netlify and Netguru.

Stable release: 2.6.10 / March 20, 2019

 

7. Backbone.js

BackboneJS is a lightweight JavaScript library with a RESTful JSON interface and is based on the design paradigm of the Model-view-presenter application. Backbone is known to be lightweight, since its only hard dependency is in a JavaScript library, Underscore.js, plus jQuery for the use of the entire library.

Stable release: 1.4.0 / February 19, 2019

 

8. Cake PHP

CakePHP is a powerful web framework composed in PHP. Follow the model-view-controller approach, modeled on Ruby on Rails concepts and distributed under the MIT License. Models, views and controllers ensure a strict but natural separation of business logic from the data and presentation layers.

Stable release: 4.0.0 / December 15, 2019

9. Bootstrap

Bootstrap is a CSS web framework that focuses on simplifying the development of responsive websites for mobile devices. Bootstrap was developed by Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton on Twitter as a framework to foster consistency between internal tools. Today, websites are perfect for all browsers (IE, Firefox and Chrome) and for all screen sizes (desktop, tablets, Phablets, and phones). All thanks to the developers of Bootstrap -Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton of Twitter, although it was later declared to be an open-source project.

Stable release: 4.4.1 / November 28, 2019

 

10. Google Web Toolkit (GWT)

GWT or Google Web Toolkit is one of the trending toolsets that allows web developers to create and maintain multiple browser-based front-end JavaScript applications in Java. In addition to some native libraries, everything is a Java source that can be built on any platform compatible with the included GWT Ant compilation files

Stable release: 2.8.2 / October 19, 2017