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The programming languages and frameworks trend for 2016 seems to be heading more frontend development over backend development. Below is just a simplified list of what you should take note of and consider improving your knowledge on.

Languages and Platforms

PHP 7 is the latest version of PHP. Big websites like Facebook, Google and Apple use PHP. PHP 7 is also two times faster than the previous version 5.6 – this will have a huge improvement on CMS systems like WordPress and Drupal.

JavaScript also has a new update called ES2015 (previously ES5). Some incredible sites that use JavaScript are Lost Worlds Fairs and Cascade Brewery Co.

Python 3.5 was released in 2015 with some juicy features like Asyncio. Nearly all libraries are available for Python 3 so it might be a good time to upgrade your legacy code base now.

Node.js has the largest ecosystem of open source libraries … Read More

The user experiences delivered by a software application nowadays directly influence its popularity and profitability in the long run. The user experience delivered by an application depends of its accessibility, functionality, performance, usability, searchability, and security. Hence, while developing a custom software application, the developers have to focus on many aspects in addition to the business requirements. At the same time, they also need to deliver the software within a stipulated timeframe to beat competition.

That is why; no developer can build custom software applications quickly and efficiently without using robust frameworks. Based on his precise needs, each developer has option to choose from a wide range of micro and full-stack frameworks. Some of these frameworks are open source and free, whereas others are licensed and commercial. But each framework simplifies and speeds up custom software development by providing several features, modules, libraries and tools. That is why; many programmers … Read More