#1 Typescript Will Keep Its Hype
#2 React.js Will Stay Popular
There is a great number of famous web and mobile apps built with React.js such as Facebook, Instagram, Netflix, WhatsApp, Discovery, NY Times, and many others. React.js continues to develop, adding new features in its set and attracting a wider audience. Therefore, we expect even more apps that have React.js in their core.
#3 Vue.js Will Continue to Rise
Xiaomi and Alibaba have earned Vue.js high regard among software developers. It’s user-friendly, highly customizable, and easy to integrate into other frameworks. With Vue.js software developers can build user interfaces and single-page apps. It’s much simpler to utilize than Angular, therefore, app developers often prefer to use Vue to build their web solutions.
According to Web Technology Surveys, Vue.js use is growing. Now, it’s easy to find a Vue.js development company that is ready to provide you with effective and stable apps developed with this framework. Therefore, we expect that Vue.js is highly likely to stay with us for a long time.
#4 AngularJS Will Keep Developing
In 2019 this framework had its 8th release with a valuable set of extra features. It includes differential loading and lazy loading that make web apps faster, the ability to create web workers with the CLI that enhances web development, a new deprecation guide for developers to easily keep track of features and APIs, and much more.
#5 PWAs Are Gaining Popularity
PWAs are gaining popularity and more and more businesses are willing to develop them. According to Statista, 24% of e-commerce companies are planning to invest in PWAs, while 11% already use this solution.
PWAs have many advantages. They are multiplatform, easily adapt to various gadget screen sizes, automatically update, work offline, establish secure connections for data exchange, and many other features.
Some companies have already tried PWAs and remained satisfied with the results, Uber, Twitter, Pinterest are among them. They’ve managed to attract more customers, increase revenue from monthly visits, and much more.
#6 SPAs Are on the Rise
Single Page Applications (SPAs) are a new way to navigate web pages on wireless gadgets. SPAs allow using web pages without their reloading, as a result, users gain a more dynamic experience.
Among other advantages of SPAs that make them a trend are:
- prolonging battery time;
- enhanced user experience;
- quick page navigation;
- better caching;
- easy to develop and maintain.
#7 AMP Will Add to Download Speed
According to Web Technology Surveys, AMP pages are higher in popularity. The trend is continuing to rise and we expect that AMP will expand its influence even more in the coming years.
There are a number of sites that already use AMP, including Twitter, The Guardian, CNBC, Gizmodo, and others.
Apart from fast page loading, AMP has some more benefits:
- improved SEO as AMP pages are prioritized by Google;
- users spend more time on-site as they don’t wait much for a page to load;
- better monetization due to improved usability of images and banners in HTML code;
- easier to spot as Google showcases pages on the Google Search Top Stories сarousel, as a result, the AMP content is shown in Google search first.