A Huge Leap in Backend Technologies
The use of Node.js is poised to continue to grow over the next several years. To be clear – it will not supplant all core backend technologies as many large firm backends are composed of multiple technologies and not just a single one.
Building and training machine-learning models using a web-scripting language might seem ambitious, but in 2020, it is entirely feasible. TensorFlow.js, Google’s open-source library, is helping to make machine learning possible in the browser. It also has the potential to tap into other cutting edge technology spaces such as Data Analysis, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Internet of Things (IoT), where Python still rules the game.
Growing in Mobile Development Popularity
Hybrid applications are going to become more and more critical in the future.
It does not make sense to learn Java or hire Java developer for developing Android apps and to learn Objective-C / Swift to develop IOS applications and learn C# or hire a C# developer to develop Windows 10 phone applications.
Benefits of Using React Native for Hybrid Application Development
It is incredibly cost-effective for companies to use and build multiple platform applications with just a single code base like Ionic or React Native. It will significantly decrease the cost and time the company spends to hire new developers.
V8: Helping Overcome Performance Problems
Popular Frameworks and Libraries
Advantages of Frameworks
It is more about “What” than “How,” meaning development, on the whole, is moving towards imperative programming, rather than declarative. This trait allows developers to focus on quality application development without worrying about the underlying high performance code.
Quick to market: well-structured patterns and functions allow complex projects to be delivered quickly and efficiently rather than investing time in writing thousands of lines of code.
Having said this, the community should not become complacent and stop innovating in Frontend and Backend frameworks. Otherwise, there is a high chance that some other framework, like Flutter, would take over.
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