Now,with new framework and features,everyone want to exhaust those library for better and user-friendly interfaces are in demand.When it comes to development of web app,so many conditions comes into picture.Customers are looking for interactive design and value of product.So,to deliver a seamless running webapp it has become more challenging for a frontend Developers.
In the era of smartphones, web developers are expected to develop UI/UX that is responsive and user-friendly. If the web applications frustrate users, then it is difficult to maintain the customer’s loyalty on your website. Website navigation is another part often neglected by developers. Intuitive navigation creates a better user experience for the website visitor.
Slow web applications are a failure and as a result, customers abscond your website, thus damaging your revenue as well as reputation. Some of the performance issues developers’ faces are Poorly written code, Un-Optimized Databases, Unmanaged Growth of data, Traffic spikes, Poor load distribution, Default configuration, Troublesome third party services, etc.
Security is something the web developers need to consider at every stage of SDLC (software development life cycle). There are many things to consider when it comes to web application security such as denial of service attacks, the safety of user data, database malfunctioning, unauthorized access to restricted parts of the website, etc.
Frameworks are boost performance, offer libraries of coding and extend capabilities, so developers need not do hand-coding web applications from the ground up. Frameworks offer features like models, APIs, snippets of code and other elements to develop dynamic web applications.
In the current scerinio when the market is flooded with so many frontend framework.It become hard to figure out which one will best fit the requirement of the product.So Engineer struggle to learn and implement the best way.Just for example Angular 2.x is much more better than angular 1.x .React native is popular among mobile app developments.Ionic…NativeScript and other else.So now the questions arises do the developers need to master one of them or all at a go .
My approach,I write modular code.I write an layer of code to use any framework.Suppose right now for an application i am using backbone .I have written wrappers over backbone as base components.My code interacts with base components.So What is the advantage ? In near future If i wish to replace my framework with angular 2.x / React Native .So i have to make changes in Base Wrapper and my whole application logic and code will remain the same.This is the need of current front-end stack.You can change the framework and use the underlying features with minimal efforts.