Top 5 front-end tech for 2021

Written by Carl Ottewill

Every year the market releases new front-end technology and this enables developers to create robust web applications. Now choosing the right tech stack for you or your business is another story, but here are five of the most common ones we have seen in 2020. The benefits of choosing the right stack is that it will increase the efficiency of your developers and achieve your end goal in boosting productivity for your workforce.

Angular

Angular works with the Javascript framework and was launched in 2016. Learning Angular is known in the development community as long and difficult. The language in which Angular is written is typescript. TypeScript is a new language built on top of JavaScript and developed by Microsoft. Angular was developed by Google and in two years of its development it was used in more than 600 applications.

React

React works within the Javascript Library and was launched in 2013. React is one of the most frequently used front-end technologies. Learning react is fast and simple if Javascript is already known. React was developed and is constantly maintained by Facebook, including Instagram and Whatsapp. Other heavy hitters that use React are Netflix, Uber and Atlassian.

Vue.js

Vue.js is written in JavaScript and is an open-source software development model that encourages collaboration. Vue.js is a JavaScript library which allows for easier and quicker development. You can also integrate Vue.js with other library’s making it a must have for 2021.

HTML5

HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language and it is the standard mark-up language for creating web pages. HTML elements tell the browser how to display the content. HTML is one of the key tools in front-end development today.

Bootstrap

Bootstrap is another highly utilised technology and It contains the most popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework which is also open source. Bootstrap is an amazing bit of kit that is basically a huge collection of reusable code, enabling developers and designers to build quickly and efficiently.

Pertemps are key providers to public and private sector companies in these specific fields.

If you are specifically looking for a developer with these set of skills or are looking to bolster your workforce with developers with this skill set, then please contact me carl.ottewill@pertemps.co.uk

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