10 Front-End Frameworks That Developers Must Learn In 2019

To be a skilled developer, a good understanding of frameworks is very crucial. This will not only help you prosper in your career but also open doors in the developing world. In this article, Analytics India Magazine lists down 10 frameworks for front-end developing that a developer should learn in 2019. 

(This list is in alphabetical order)

1| Angular

Angular is one of the most popular JavaScript frameworks for developing front-end. This platform is used basically used for building mobile and desktop web applications. Once you learn to build applications, you can easily reuse your code and other abilities for building new applications. One important thing to learn in 2019 is Angular 2+ which is a TypeScript-based web application for front-end.

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2| Bootstrap

Bootstrap is another popular framework for front-end. This platform is used for developing web applications with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript components. The framework was created by Twitter developers to build responsive mobile-first sites. It uses npm scripts for its build system and has interactive components such as modal dialogues, custom tooltips, etc.

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3| Foundation

This framework is a responsive front-end framework which makes the developers enable to design interactive websites, applications, etc. Foundation is a flexible and customisable framework where you can add code snippets and other additional resources.

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4| Material UI

Material UI is a framework for developing front-end which is inspired by React and Google’s Material Design. It is a set of React components and at the core of this framework, Node is a program in C++ which allows running JavaScript in the shell.

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5| Materialize

Materialize is a responsive framework which is based on the material design for developing front-end. This framework come in two different forms, which are Materialize and Sass. Materialize is a standard version which includes both minified and unminified CSS and JS files. The Sass version includes the source SCSS files which helps you to choose the components you need to include in your development.

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6| Pure

Pure is a simple and small framework which has everything you need to run all the CSS components and layouts. The size of the entire module here is about 4 KB. The framework is built on Normalize.css which provides layout and styling for native HTML elements along with the common UI components.

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7| React

React is one of the most popular JS libraries for building user interfaces. It is said to the declarative, efficient and flexible JavaScript library for building user interfaces which lets you compose complex user interfaces from smaller and isolated pieces of components. This framework can be used as a base in the development of mobile applications.

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8| Semantic-UI

Semantic is a framework for front-end development which helps in creating responsive layouts with HTML. The framework treats words and classes as exchangeable concepts where the classes use syntax from natural languages to link concepts intuitively. In order to trigger functionality, this framework uses simple phrases known as behaviors.

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9| Skeleton

Skeleton is a simple framework for developing web and mobile applications. The framework only styles a number of standard HTML elements and includes a grid which shrinks with the browser or device at smaller sizes. It also uses media queries in order to serve the scalable grid and includes a list of queries for convenience of designing sites across various devices.

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10| Vue.js

Vue.js is one of the most popular frameworks for building user interfaces. The core library is focused on the view layer only which is easy to pick up and integrate with other libraries or existing projects. The framework is also capable of powering sophisticated Single-Page Applications when used in combination with modern tooling and supporting libraries.

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Ambika Choudhury
A Technical Journalist who loves writing about Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. A lover of music, writing and learning something out of the box.

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