Trend #1: TypeScript
Trend #2: React.js
React.js has been a go-to for many developers who know they can rely on its simple scalability process. Corporations like the New York Times, Netflix, and Instagram utilize this language as well.
Trend #3: Vue.js
One of the younger languages on this trend list, Vue.js was released in 2014. Its user-friendly and customizable capabilities, along with its flexible integration, make it a favorite among many developers.
Trend #4: AngularJS
AngularJS may seem old-fashioned and not as smooth as its trending counterparts. However, it has a solid structure. It also received an update in 2019 with numerous features added to increase loading speed and simplify web development.
Trend #5: PWAs
Trend #6: SPAs
Also known as SPAs, Single Page Applications are similar to PWAs. The biggest difference is that they don’t need to be reloaded, creating a more seamless experience for the user. They are constructed with essentially the same frameworks as PWAs but can be created using Vue.js, AngularJS, or React.js. SPAs are designed to extend battery time, make navigating pages faster, and enhance user experiences. Gmail, Facebook, and LinkedIn all use SPAs in their development systems.
Trend #7: AMP
The trends on this list are among the top globally-used languages, each with their own unique benefits and combinations of features. While the number of programming languages and software increases, these are likely to remain on the rise moving into the future.